The solid wood chair is shaped by organic lines, while still following human ergonomics. The seat has been shaved as thin as possible, but still remains rigid and structurally sound. The GE 525 combines the best in fine wood furniture making and contemporary machinery to create a meaningful and pleasant design for eye and body.The chair has many fine details such as the finger-jointed corners of the seat frame, the high backrest in veneer with the elongated cover plugs and the characteristic
curved armrests.Wegner was first and foremost a craftsman and this quality is what comes through in his work. The chair seat is garnished and upholstered, and offered in a large range of leather or fabric on choice.
W 56 * D 48 * H 70 * Seat height 45 cm
Chêne savonné, huilé, laqué, teinté noir ou frêne teinté noir.
Design, 1953. The Valet Chair is about the problems in folding clothes in the most practical manner at bedtime. Unites function with a playful sculptural design. The top rail is shaped as a coat hanger while the seat is basically a box for storing.
Hans J. Wegner design, 1949. Although designed as a comfortable dining room chair, the Icon chair is also frequently used as an office armchair. Its impeccable design not only provides strength and stability, but also makes it beautiful from every angle. Entirely made out of wood, the chair has a very natural look, which allows it to blend into any kind...
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, 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...
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.
Designed by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen, in 1956. CH20 is a compact dining chair that can also be stacked. The lower back support and horizontal seat also make the chair suitable for working at a table or desk.
Hans J. Wegner design, Carl Hansen, 1957. The famous CH33 chair by Hans Wegner has been re-issued by Carl Hansen & Son with new finishes to complement every style of interior. CH33 is the ideal chair for a dining room or office, but can also be used in hotel restaurants for a stylish statement.
Both modern and traditional, colorful yet understated, the TAK chair, easily blends into interiors of all styles, and can either complete a dining room table with elegance, or be used solo in a bedroom or office. Its stability and sturdiness also make it an excellent choice for public spaces such as town halls, hospitals and airports.
The shell consists of molded polyurethane foam with a metal frame and glass fiber reinforcements. Covered in cold cured foam, and finally, leather or textile upholstery, the shell offers comfort alongside great variability.
Design byKATO, Minimalist, elegant and comfortable at the same time, The AC2 chair is perfect as a dining or a desk chair. Made of hight quality material, the Andersen chair shows the beautiful craftsmanship knowledge.
Design Verner Panton 1955. Panton One chair is produced with both functional design and aerial lines with an apreciable comfort brought by it's slighlty curved backseat and its ergonmic hand-woven polyuretan strings with a nylon core.Its stainless steel frame version and the Uv-protected polyurethan strings make it perfectly suitable for an outdoor use.