Created in 1872 by the danish cabinet maker Fritz Hansen, The Fritz Hansen company starts manufacturing danish furnitures with high standards in 1885 and from then on quickly knows a growing success. Fritz Hansen is today one of the most renown danish furniture company, notably through Its collaboration with the danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen.
This collaboration gave birth to numerous Iconic danish creations such as The ant chair (1952), The Series 7 chair, The Grand prix chair (1957), the Swan sofa or The Egg lounge chair initially designed for The Royal Hotel of Copenhagen in 1958.
Arne Jacobsen became the main designer of the company in the 50’s but Fritz Hansen has also been highlighted by other associations.
First with the designer Kaare Klint wich allowed the company to offer a new collection of furniture, with a fonctional line, and layed the fundations to the actual danish design.
Then Børge Morgensen, Hans J. Wegner, Verner Panton and Piet Heim also brought their own vision of danish design threw the years.
By its name The Nap chair evokes every hour of the sitting wich is: "Normal, active, passive", and reflects its ambition to fill these functions. With an ergonomic, aesthetic and lightweight shell it can adapt to both private use and public use, in offices or communities.
Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1957 The PK80 daybed is a perfect balance between form and the chosen materials. It is minimalist but sophisticated. Its cushion can be upholstered in leather or in canvas Natural. Its base is in satin stainless steel.The PK80 day bed is in the galleries of the Museum of Modern Art in New York since 2004.
Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1968 PK20 is a simple and elegant lounge chair. Its flexible frame is made of matt chromed spring steel. The PK20 version with low backrest is part of the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1963 The PK54 dining table is an encounter between two geometric shapes: the square and the circle. The table becomes a true sculpture through the elegance and purity of its lines. Poul Kjaerholm has also combined two materials together: the base is in satin brushed stainless steel and its top in marble or granite.
Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1965The PK24 longge chair is perhaps the most recognizable chair in Poul Kjaerholm's work with his PK22 armchair. The designer was inspired by the Rococo period and the French chaise longue to create the PK24 with its elegant and organic curves.
Design Fritz Hansen, 2014.The Join coffee tables collection has subtle and understated lines. The tables can either stand alone, highlighting their unique qualities, or be grouped together. Join coffee tables bring people together and connect them with the rest of the furniture in the room.. Its simple design allows it to adapt to any type of space.
Design Bjarke Ingels in collaboration with KIBISI, 2016.The VIA57 chair has been designed for the VIA 57 WEST building in New York. It fits in a modern lifestyle. It can be positioned individually or with others and will allow you to create an intimate conversation space.
Arne Jacobsen design for Fritz Hansen, 1955. Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 chair is one of the most weel known and diffused chair. Elegant, it has very simple lines and a perfect ergonomy. This version beeing the one concieved for children.
The lune modularsofa is born from a new collaboration entre the Spanish designer Jaime Hayon and the danish editor Fritz Hansen, it allies fonctional and refined design with a curved and feminin line, a creation thinked to be harmonious from any angle.
The PK 22 lounge chair is an iconic creation of the scandinavian modernist design, its has a graceful and minimalist line. It is one of the leading creation of the designer Poul Kjaerholm, its immediate comercial success and the recognition of the design field professionals,awarded by the Grand Prix of Milan Triennale's in 1957, will definitly ensure the...
Arne Jacobsen design for Fritz Hansen, 1955. Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 chair is the best-selling Danish design chair around the world. It offers multiple possibilities in terms of interior design thanks to its simple form and various finishes. It is highly appreciated in dining rooms, kitchens, restaurants and meeting rooms, but will blend into any type of...
Arne Jacobsen design by Fritz Hansen. Lily was designed for the Danish Central Bank in 1970. In 2008 redesigned for optimal comfort with a choice : The classic chair with armrests and fixed height or office chair with wheels and height adjustable.
Arne Jacobsen design by Fritz Hansen, 1952. The Ant chair by Arne Jacobsen is, without a doubt, the most famous three-legged chair in the world. Now also available with four legs, it continues to seduce interior designers of all ages. Its comfortable seat, as well as the lightness of its structure, gives it a strong ability to adapt to different...
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