Arne Jacobsen

Jacobsen was one of Denmark's most influential 20th century architects and designers. Both his buildings and products combine modernist ideals with a Nordic love of naturalism. After graduating from university, Arne Jacobsen worked in the architect's office of Paul Holsoe. In 1931 he founded his own design studio, which he directed until his death in 1971...

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Thursday, 22 July 2010 11:46

Wegner Y-Chair

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Hans J. Wegner Wishbone Chair - The Ychair. Inspired by the designer: Hans J. Wegner Wishbone.


Description



• Only 1 set in natural papercord and ash wood is available.
• Delivery: within 3-5 working days to most European countries.
• This offer can not be mixed with any other discount.

W: 57cm
D: 54cm
H: 73cm

• Seat: Paper cord made of triple roles - much nicer looking and stronger than single role
Click here to see picture of paper cord made of Single role
Click here to see picture of paper cord made of Triple roles
• Frame: Solid ash wood

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  • NAME Wegner Y-Chair
  • ITEM NO W9001
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Published in LOUNGE AND CHAIR
Thursday, 22 July 2010 11:44

Wegner Wing Chair

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Hans J. Wegner Wing Chair. Inspired by the designer: Hans J. Wegner Wishbone.

Description
 
• Only 1 in stock
 
Hans J Wegner Wing Chair "reproduced to the style of the original designer" Hans J. Wegner originally sketched the Wing Chair in 1960.
 
This timeless classic contains the hallmarks of Wegner"s best work - calm, clean lines and exceptional comfort. Wegner"s genius at combining form and function mean this chair was not just designed for its visual appeal, but as a chair to be used, to be sat in, and to curl up in. The chair"s timeless appeal received a classic innovation award at IMM Cologne 2006, where it was launched.
W: 94cm
D: 98cm
H: 98cm
 
• Upholstey:
o Wool A (pure color): cashmere wool
o Wool B (dot-to-dot): 85% cashmere wool, 15% helanca
o Italian top-grain semi-analine leather on ALL sides
• Fillings: High-resiliency urethane foam with Dacron wrap, to provide you with the proper amount of plush comfort and firm support for generations of durability.
• Base: Mirror-like polished stainless steel (#304) 

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Published in LOUNGE AND CHAIR
Thursday, 22 July 2010 11:42

Wegner The Chair

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Hans J. Wegner Wishbone The Chair. Inspired by the designer: Hans J. Wegner Wishbone.


Description


PP Møbler took over the production of this elegant design icon in 1993. 'The Round One' as Wegner referred to it with his usual provincial modesty, is perhaps the most famous Danish piece of furniture of them all - which says a bit.

The production of this chair turned out to be the beginning of Danish design's great international breakthrough. PP 503 was drawn in 1950 and differs from PP 501 by its upholstered seat. PP Møbler's contribution to The Chair has been to improve it in several respects, securing an even longer life of The Chair.


W: 60.5cm
D: 50.5cm
H: 76.5cm


• Upholstery: Italian top-grain semi-aniline leather
• Foam: High-resiliency urethane foam with Dacron wrap
• Frame: Solid wood

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Published in LOUNGE AND CHAIR
Thursday, 22 July 2010 11:39

Wegner Peacock Chair

Overview

Hans J. Wegner Peacock Chair. Inspired by the designer: Hans J. Wegner Wishbone.


Description


Throughout Hans Wegner's long career, he designed furniture mainly for Fritz Hansen and Johannes Hansen. Hans J. Wegner was a very talented and minimalistic designer, as his creation seemed to be extravagant in lay out, but were in reality a simple and innovative combination of materials that at first would have never even been put together. Finn Juhl named the Peacock Chair, after its distinctive back silhouette, by him just pointing out that it looked like a peacock, and then the suggestion stayed with the chair. And with all of Wegner's designs he stuck to ideals of every piece having careful craftsmanship, with particular attention to the intricate shape, and its overall comfort, and the Peacock Chair was no different.

The chair was first introduced in 1947, and that was four years after leaving the practice of Arne Jacobsen, whom for a while he had worked for. The entire appearance of the Peacock Chair was a strong standing, postmodern and beautiful, but the advanced feel and aura it portrayed did well to hide its true age. Thus, the chair's vibrance never really faded over the years, as later generations thought it to be a brand new design altogether.

The peacock design also provides huge support for the back and there is comfort for the arms as well. It was and still is a work of joinery masterpiece, as Hans J. Wegner had a habit of making something great out of simple materials

W: 77cm
D: 76cm
H: 107cm

•  Upholstery: Paper cord made of triple roles - much nicer looking and stronger than single role
Click here to see picture of paper cord made of Single role
Click here to see picture of paper cord made of Triple roles
•  Frame: Solid wood

Additional Info

  • NAME Wegner Peacock Chair
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Published in LOUNGE AND CHAIR