Plan and elevation drawings of the Prouvé Standard Chair with dimensions

Conceived by famed French designer Jean Prouvé in 1934 and produced by Vitra, the Prouvé Standard Chair is one of the most iconic chair designs of the 20th century. Deeply informed by his engineering background and collaborations with leading designers of his day like Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé’s precise craftsmanship is evidenced in the Prouvé Standard Chair’s fabrication.

The chair has a combination molded sheet steel and tubular steel frame that supports its finely shaped wooden seat and back. Available in a selection of stained wood and color combinations, this highly utilitarian chair is well suited for commercial and residential uses alike.

The Prouvé Standard Chair has an overall height of 32” (81 cm), width of 16.5" (42 cm), and depth of 20” (51 cm). The seat height of the Prouvé Standard Chair is set at 17.75” (45 cm).


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32” | 81 cm
16.5” | 42 cm
20” | 51 cm
Seat Height:
17.75” | 45 cm

Molded sheet steel and stele frame; seat and back (oak, black walnut, ASA plastic)
Jean Prouvé


Drawings include:
Prouvé Standard Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan


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