Bubble Chair, 1968
The Bubble Chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1968 in Finland. Made of transparent acrylic material on a steel frame with leather cushions.
Commercialized by Aarnio Originals.
Based on the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčthe Ball Chair, the Bubble Chair is a simplified version of the same design. Like the Ball Chair, the Bubble Chair also impresses with its special acoustics and makes you feel protected in a pleasant way, even in a crowded place.
Bubble Chair does not have a pedestal but hangs from the ceiling.
The chair is suspended from above and leads to a feeling of floating like a bubble. It is considered a classic of industrial design and advanced use of plastics in furniture design.
The chair is considered modernist or spatial and is often used to symbolize the period of the 60s.
As Eero Aarnio said "I had the idea of a transparent ball, where light comes from all directions.The acrylic can be heated and blown
in shape like a soap bubble, and I knew that the dome-shaped skylights were made like this ... "
Material: External structure in acrylic, chrome-plated steel bar, two-meter chain and hooks for fixing, white leather upholstery
Dimensions: Height 108 cm, width 105 cm, depth 83 cm