POP CHAIR
POP CHAIR

POP CHAIR

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    POP CHAIR
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    About
    The POP Chair is a bold and contemporary one piece Air Molded chair, designed for hospitality, workplace and educational environments. The POP Chair is strong, lightweight and durable. Equally at home inside and out POP is available in 10 vibrant colors with a UV resistant finish.
    Designer
    Nick Pearson
    Dimensions
    Width 48 cm / 19”
    Depth 50 cm / 19.75”
    Height 79 cm / 31”
    Seat Height 46 cm / 18”
    Weight
    Weight 3.4 kg / 7.5 lbs
    Material
    Polypropylene, glass fibre
    Recycled Content
    Polypropylene - 50%
    Origin
    Manufactured in the UK
    Assembly
    Supplied fully assembled ready for use
    Maintenance
    Clean with mild detergent and water
    Guarantee/Life Expectation
    10 year guarantee for structural defects
    Color
    Pure Red RAL 3028, Deep Orange RAL 2011, Sulfur Yellow RAL 1016, Yellow Green RAL 6018, Sky Blue RAL 5015, Marine Blue RAL 5002, Blue Lilac RAL 4005, Signal Grey RAL 7004, Traffic White RAL 9016, Traffic Black RAL 9017
    Compliance
    EN1729:2006 Parts 1& 2 - Educational Standard
    EN 15373:2007 Level 2 - General Contract Use
    Availability
    See enquiry form below for lead times

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    POP

    Designing a chair for all

    Nick Pearson along with his father Terry developed and commercialised a revolutionary manufacturing technique used to mould thick section plastic products named gas assisted moulding. Together they developed a business selling this equipment to brands around the world, providing them the ability to manufacture their products to a higher quality and with reduced mouldng cycle times. Upon sale of the business Nick decided to employ the technology in a product he had long desired to produce: a mass-produced monobloc plastic chair.

    Nick combined this knowledge of gas assisted moulding with an experienced industrial design team to develop a stackable chair with a strong yet familiar aesthetic at an affordable price point. The air moulding process creates hollow sections within the legs – reducing the amount of material used to create a strong and super-lightweight product that weighs just 2.5 kilos. Using less plastic offers benefits from both a financial and environmental perspective.

    The democratically designed POP Chair has proved to be a great success over the years which is a testament to the wide variety of projects it has been selected for, from hospitals (NHS), supermarkets (ASDA), schools (RSA ACADEMY), universities (UCL) and galleries (TATE) as well internationally from Uganda to California the POP chair could be considered as somewhat of contemporary design classic.

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