Robin Day was one of the most significant furniture designers of 20th-century Britain, with a career that spanned over 60 years. He and his wife, Lucienne, a brilliant textile designer in her own right, were to England what Charles and Ray Eames were to America. Working with the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation, the furniture company Case brought the 675 Chair (1952) back into production, much to the delight of Day fans. Constructed to Day’s original specifications, the 675 features a simple steel frame, leather seat and sculptural backrest that also supports the arms. Upon seeing the chair, Robin and Lucienne’s daughter Paula described it as “vigorous, poised and finely proportioned. Like all his chairs, it’s also very comfortable.” Made in the U.K.