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  • Fritz Hansen Ro Lounge Chair
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    "The Fritz Hansen Ro Lounge Chair is the classy, modern offspring of the Egg Chair and a classic wingback chair. The streamlined form includes wings that curve inward to give sitters a sense of privacy as well as comfort. Enhancing Ro's refined lines is a two-tone color palette: one for the outer shell, and another for the soft cushions within. Designed by Jaime Hayon."
  • Fritz Hansen Lily Armchair
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    "Based on his famous Series 7 Chair, Arne Jacobsen designed the Fritz Hansen Lily Armchair (originally named the Series 8 Chair) with an even more tapered waist and curved top. Coupled with the curved, wing-like arms, the chair does indeed resemble a lily in bloom. Made out of pressure-molded sliced veneer, the chair's and arms' curves are enhanced by the subtle sheen of the lacquered finish."
  • Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Wood Legs
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    "The Grand Prix, the way it was originally meant to be. The Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Wood Legs is a reintroduction of the chair with its original wooden base. It was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1957 and displayed at the Milan Triennale, where it won the Grand Prix prize. Choose between a variety of molded wood veneers, including colored ash."
  • Fritz Hansen Egg Chair - Leather
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    "Originally designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 for the lobby and reception areas of the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The Fritz Hansen Egg Chair - Leather contrasted with the hotel's austere lines with a round and sculptural form, its inward curves guaranteeing privacy and comfort. Available in a wide range of leather options."
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Lacquered
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    The culmination of lamination. Designer Arne Jacobsen exploited the possibilities of the lamination process to perfection in his creation of the now classic winged form of the Series 7 Chair. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Lacquered adds even greater versatility to this versatile design with a range of fashionable opaque colors on its curvaceous wood veneer seat.
  • Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Colored Ash
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    "The Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Colored Ash has one leg and about an inch of height more than the original 3-legged Ant. Apart from these variations, it retains the original's unique curves and quality wood veneer construction. Here, the grain of the ash wood veneer peeks through a variety of translucent colors. Designed by Arne Jacobsen, 1952."
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Chair - Lacquered
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    "Classic style for the modern office. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Chair - Lacquered features a steel base with five castors, as well as swiveling and height adjustment capabilities. The distinctive Series 7 seat is made of an ash veneer, available in a variety of opaque lacquers. Designed by Arne Jacobsen."
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Colored Ash
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    "The most sold chair in Fritz Hansen history. Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955, the Series 7 Chair builds on the original narrow-waisted form of the Ant. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Colored Ash features glossy chromed steel legs topped by a laminated ash wood veneer seat, its delicate grain visible through a variety of translucent colors."
  • Fritz Hansen Oxford Armchair - Fixed Height
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    "Arne Jacobsen originally designed the Oxford chairs in 1965 for the professors at St. Catherine's College in Oxford. The high backed version in particular served as a symbol of prestige. The Fritz Hansen Oxford Armchair - Fixed Height is a redesign of that original, with the ergonomically wavy shell, a swiveling aluminum base, three back heights and a wide range of fabric or leather upholstery."
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  • Fritz Hansen Space Swivel Chair
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    "Originally designed by Jehs+Laub as a concept piece, the Fritz Hansen Space Chair was received so enthusiastically that it only made sense to introduce it to the public. The idea of the comfortable feeling of sitting in a hand inspired the simple, yet embracing shell, while the segmented leather or fabric cushions evoke the paths, roads and fields of a landscape."
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Anniversary Edition Chair
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    "The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Anniversary Edition Chair was made in honor of the 60th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen's design of the Series 7. It comes in masculine and feminine colors and materials, to either stand out all on their own or complement each other. The Dark Blue lacquered seat is paired with a rich, burnished-looking powder coat, while the Light Pink shines with 24K gold-plated legs. These limited edition chairs are only available in 2015."
  • Fritz Hansen NAP Arm Chair
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    "The Fritz Hansen NAP Arm Chair takes its name from the various ways people sit: Normal, Active and Passive. This chair accommodates them all with an ergonomic shell of molded and dyed-through nylon (which is recyclable). The back is glossy and smooth, while the front is matte and ribbed. Available in a variety of seat color/base finish pairings."
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Natural Veneer
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    "As the most popular style that Fritz Hansen offers, Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen is the ideal choice for a high-style office chair. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Natural Veneer features a swiveling, height adjustable steel base with five castors. The wood veneer used to make the seat matches that of the coordinating armrests."
  • Fritz Hansen Swan Chair - Leather
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    "The Fritz Hansen Swan Chair - Leather was designed by Arne Jacobsen together with the Egg Chair (1958), for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The Swan differs from the Egg with a more open shape, and discernible rounded ''wings'' that embrace the chair's occupant. Available in a wide range of leather upholstery options."
  • Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer
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    "Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1952, the Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer varies from the original Ant with an additional leg and a slightly taller stance. It is otherwise exactly the same, with slim legs of chromed steel and a natural wood veneer seat cut and curved into that distinctive Ant form."
  • Fritz Hansen Drop Chair - Plastic
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    "The Fritz Hansen Drop Chair - Plastic is a small side chair with a big personality. It was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 as an exclusive piece for his legendary Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen...and then it disappeared. 50 years later, the Drop reintroduction includes the comfortable wedge-shaped plastic seat and tubular steel legs. For the legs, you can choose chrome or a powder coat that matches the seat color."
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  • Fritz Hansen Swan Chair
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    "Arne Jacobsen designed the Fritz Hansen Swan Chair at the same time as the Egg Chair (1958), for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. Like the Egg, the Swan Chair is all curves. The Swan, however, is more open, with discernible rounded ''wings'' that embrace the chair's occupant. Available in a wide range of fabric upholstery options."
  • Fritz Hansen China Chair
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    "Inspired by the timeless, sculptural design of 17th and 18th century Chinese chairs, the Fritz Hansen China Chair further distinguishes itself as the only solid wood chair in the Fritz Hansen collection. Curiosity about the nature and possibilities of wood compelled Hans J. Wegner to create it in 1944. Available in two wood finishes and a variety of leather colors."
  • Fritz Hansen Drop Chair - Upholstered
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    "A little splash of charming contemporary design. Originally designed in 1958 by Arne Jacobsen, the Fritz Hansen Drop Chair - Upholstered has a playful personality ideal for today's modern interiors. The distinctively teardrop-shaped seat is formed out of plastic that's covered with cold formed foam before being upholstered in soft fabric or leather."
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  • Fritz Hansen Lily Swivel Armchair
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    "Originally known as the Series 8 Chair, the Fritz Hansen Lily Swivel Armchair was modeled on its predecessor: the famous Series 7 Chair. Here, designer Arne Jacobsen narrowed the waist, made the curve deeper on top and added the distinctive curved arms. The perfect curves throughout are made possible through careful pressure molding of laminated sliced veneer."
  • Fritz Hansen Ice Side Chair
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    "With its modern design and durable materials, the Fritz Hansen Ice Side Chair is suitable both indoors and out, at the office or at home. Its seat and back are made out of plastic (available in a variety of colors), while the frame is made out of sturdy aluminum. Designed by Kasper Salto in 2002."
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Lacquered
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    "In 1955, Arne Jacobsen adapted his armless Series 7 Chair to meet the growing demand for a modern armchair. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Lacquered features four chromed steel legs and arms supporting the distinctively curved wood veneer seat and armrests. The seat and armrests come in a variety of colorful opaque lacquers."
  • Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Colored Ash
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    "Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955, the Grand Prix Chair received its name in 1957 when it received the Grand Prix at the Triennale exhibition in Milan. The Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Colored Ash presents the original design's angular form in an ash veneer. The natural grain of the wood is visible through a variety of translucent colors."
  • Fritz Hansen Oxford Armchair - Adjustable Height
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    "The Fritz Hansen Oxford Armchair - Adjustable Height is an updated version of the chair designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1965 for the professors at St. Catherine's College in Oxford. It features a subtly curved veneer shell covered in fabric or leather upholstery, with back heights ranging from low and compact to tall and imposing. The 5-point base rolls, swivels and allows for height and tilt adjustment."
  • Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Natural Veneer
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    "Sharp angles and natural wood grain distinguish the Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Natural Veneer. Originally designed in 1955 by Arne Jacobsen (and given its name at the same time it received the Grand Prix at the 1957 Triennale exhibition in Milan), the Grand Prix has an angular form made here out of a walnut veneer."

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