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Børge Mogensen designed the Hunting Chair in 1950. The Hunting Chair’s rounded armrests, seat, and back that adjust to the body’s weight make it a very comfortable chair. Despite the front seat edge height of just 30 cm above the floor, the armrests make the chair easy to get up from. The frame is made of solid wood, while the seat and back are of thick leather, with adjustable straps. This rustic and masculine combination of materials, which give a very special patina, was further developed by Mogensen. Width 70cm, Length 90cm, Height 68cm

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.


HOOKL und STOOL is a new manufacturer and editor of contemporary design furniture and objects.