Standard SP Chair
Giving Jean Prouvé's iconic Standard Chair a contemporary makeover, the Standard SP replaces the wood seat and back with fine-textured plastic.
Chairs take the most stress on their back legs, where they bear the weight of the user's upper body. The engineer and designer Jean Prouvé illustrated this simple insight in his distinctive design for the Standard chair: while steel tubing suffices for the front legs, since they bear a relatively light load, the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections that transfer the primary stress to the floor.
- Standard SP (Siège en Plastique) builds a bridge from past to present, revisiting Prouvé's iconic Standard chair without altering its form: the seat surface and backrest in robust plastic give Standard SP a contemporary look.
- Also available in different plastic and metal colours. To enquire please contact our in store team, or advice line: 0333 121 1915, Option 1.
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Materials & Information
- Seat and backrest: oak (natural finish).
- Base: Bent Sheet Steel and Tubular Steel (powder-coated finish).
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What happens when I order?
- Many of our items are built to order.
- Once you've placed your order we place ours.
- As soon as our suppliers have made it and delivered to us, we contact you directly to offer a suitable delivery date.
- Deliveries are Mon-Fri but Saturday slots can often be arranged for most of the country.
- All online furniture orders can be returned within 14 days of delivery, regardless of reason.
- Contact us and we will arrange for a crew to come out and collect the furniture.
- There's no charge if it's faulty, but we do charge for change-of-mind returns.
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Designed By Jean Prouvé
Unlike many of his contemporaries, Prouvé did not study architecture or design and instead trained as metal worker before opening his own workshop in Nancy in 1924. In the following years he created numerous furniture designs, and in 1947 Prouvé established his own factory with many of his pieces now produced exclusively by Vitra.