"B1171" Chair by Helmut Bätzner / Bofinger
The B1171 chair, a design masterpiece by Helmut Bätzner for Bofinger in the 1960s in Germany, stands as an iconic symbol of innovation and functionality in the world of furniture design. This stacking chair is no ordinary piece; it represents a pioneering leap in the evolution of seating. At its core, the B1171 is the world's first one-piece plastic chair constructed from fiberglass-reinforced polyester. What sets it apart is the revolutionary manufacturing process: mass production through a single pressing operation using a steel mold. This breakthrough not only simplified production but also made the chair remarkably durable and efficient. The B1171's design embodies the spirit of mid-century modernism - its clean lines, sleek form, and minimalist aesthetic have made it a timeless classic.
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