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Jasper Morrison | Sim Chair | Vitra | 1999 | Chrome tube | 81 x 51 x 53 cm | Applied Art | Furniture, Design, Furniture | Seating | manufacturer's trademark | Design | price upon request

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The chair “Sim” was designed by Jasper Morrison for Vitra in 1999. He departed from the legendary chair 40/4, created by David Rolland in 1960. The skeleton is of chromium-plated rods, the seating part is of polypropylene and the backrest of polyamide which guarantees high seating comfort. Vitra produces the “Sim” chair in several color variants. The chair is stackable and its versions with connectors can even be joined together which is very practical especially for the use in public spaces.


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