Penelope armchair, designed in 1982 by Cahrles Pollock, made in Italy by Castelli.
The frame of this then revolutionary chair is made of chrome-plated steel wire. Pollock chose fine black coated wire mesh as the material for the seat shell. This makes the chair not only transparent, it is also air-permeable, which increases comfort and flexibility. The flexibility is further enhanced by a polyurethane tube in the back. The armrests are made of the same material.
The condition of the chair is very good with only minor signs of wear.
The dimensions: width 57 cm x height 81 cm x depth 64 cm, seat height 44 cm