Arne Jacobsen design, 1936.
The armchair first called the AJ 237 cane chair, takes the name of Charlottenborg Castle in Copenhagen while on display there in 1937 at the Spring exhibition.
Sculptural, the Charlottenborg chair already has the clean, curved and refined lines that will be the trademark of the avant-garde designer Arne Jacobsen.
Entirely woven from Manau rattan, it is hand-crafted by high skilled weavers and its soft seat cushions adjust to the structure. Comfortable, the timeless armchair will bring a touch of poetry and originality to all type of spaces, whether indoors or on a covered terrace.
W 73 * D 77 * H 74 * Seat height : 39 cm
Natural Manau rattan
Seat and backseat, beige acrylic
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