Poul M. Volther was a prolific and interestingly insightful designer that saw potential in many things that others could not. He was part of the sculpting of the iconic modernistic generation of design along with other famous designers like Le Corbusier, Arne Jacobsen, Hans J. Wegner, the Eames and Alberto Lievore just to name a few. The Corona Chair was first introduced in 1964 to the mainstream public, but was conceived three years earlier in 1961 and that model was crafted out of solid oak, but the second successful model ‘EJ 605’ was released a year later and it was made out steel. It was initially clear to everyone that this Danish designer has a lot on his mind, and this design was like nothing they had ever seen before. The Corona Chair received a lot of attention and it also received a lot of acclaim as well.