Hans Wegner, was a world renowned Danish furniture designer. His style is often described as Organic Functionality. In his lifetime he designed over 500 different chairs, over 100 of which were put into mass production and many of which have become recognizable design icons. Armchair on the photo above is a very rare model. It is made of solid wood, fur and stainless steel shackle which holds the seater and the backrest. Like for every Hans Wegner’s armchair, exceptional ergonomics is characteristic for this piece. All materials used for making this armchair (different sorts of solid wood, also combining different sorts of solid wood, fur, leather, textile or Dypon Tyvek as an upholstery for the pillows, different finishing of the metal parts) could be made on client’s request. Width 71cm, Length 74cm, Height 75cm
This collection, inspired by the philosophy of the Scandinavian design masters of the 50ies, by far is composed of several armchairs. Each piece is slightly transformed comparing to the originals with the different choice of materials and also with redesigning particular elements of the structure, regarding the forms, connections and leather details.