Platner Dining Chair

Inspired by Warren Platner


A sculptural masterpiece, this Platner inspired dining chair is a functional work of art. First designed by Warren Platner in 1966, the iconic chair is still in fashion to this day. The combination of stainless steel and a variety of upholstery, offers a striking mix of materials, while its sculptural shape shows off Platner’s unique eye for design.

Light Grey WoolTan Premium Leather

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Product Dimensions

W72 cm x D59 cm x H70 cm

Seat Height

42 cm


15 kg


W63 cm x D76 cm x H73 cm

No. of Cartons



Premium Leather

Base Material

Nickel plated steel




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2 reviews for Platner Dining Chair

  1. Paul S.

    Worth recommending. Was sceptical buying at first but glad we made the choice with Nordic Haus. Very fast delivery.

  2. Mihaela P.

    Excellent service. Beautiful chair. Great price.

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Warren Platner

After graduating from Cornell University’s School of Architecture in 1941, Platner began working alongside legendary designers, Eero Saarinen and I.M. Pei.

Two decades later, he opened an office in New Haven. He transformed the space into his own studio and began creating furniture, textiles and lighting.

He also made prominent contributions to interior design including the Windows on the World restaurant atop the World Trade Center in 1976.

He was inducted into Interior Design magazine's hall of fame in 1985.