Design Finn Juhl, 1953 : Bench / Table comes in three lengths: 112, 170 and 225 cm. Using walnut, teak, oak, Oregon pine or black linoleum with a burnished steel frame and wooden toes.
The bench / table comes with matte polished brass edges. In addition, the bench is available with a foldable upholstered cushion in fabric or leather.
Niels O Möller design, 1959. The Möller 80 stool appeals for its simplicity and rudimentary form, typical of Scandinavian design. Often placed at the end of a dining room table, Möller 80A can also be used as a foot rest, bedside table or an occasional stool.
Hans Wegner design, 1946. The Chinese bench by Hans Wegner is both simple and elegant. It beautifully fits in to any type of environment and can be placed in an entrance, corridor or waiting area for a few moments rest while passing by.
Ole Wanscher design by Carl Hansen, 1957. Great classic of Danish design, the Egyptian chair by Ole Wanscher is a beautiful work of art. Elegant and attractive, lightweight but very stable, it is suitable for all types of interiors and can be used as an extra stool or merely for decoration. Easy to move and to store, this foldable stool will delight...
Hans Wegner design, 1953. Designed to easily integrate into any environment, the Kayak bench by Hans Wegner looks just as beautiful in an entrance or corridor as it does in a waiting area. Simple and elegant, it’s the ideal bench for taking a short break between tasks, or the perfect place to leave documents or clothes before putting them away.
The Cutter bench by Niels Hvass has countless possible uses. It can grace the façade of your house or a corner of the garden, provide a place to sit down or a surface to put things on in the hall or bathroom.