Blow - Zanotta
inflatable chair (1967)
Blow, 1967, is a project of Jonathan De Pas, Donato D'Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi and Carla Scolari, for Zanotta, made of PVC ©.
The chair was designed as a piece of furniture at low cost "to travel", easy to carry and assemble.
Blow is one of the objects that have shaped the history of design and Made in Italy. Object of worship, timeless catalog Zanotta.
Like many other products born in the 60s anticipates trends and lifestyles becoming icons of international design and timeless objects. Unmistakable thanks to its soft and transparent, innovative use of materials and technology never applied before in the furniture industry.
Precursor of democratic design and mass, Blow continues to be a successful product. Made of PVC is constructed in the molds for plastics processing, comprising the welding of different parts and then inflated with air.
Available in different colors, has a bellows foot pump and fits in a car or suitcase. And 'perfect as an armchair or from outside or from the pool, but can be placed anywhere according to requirements.
Zürich Museum für Gestaltung, Design Collection