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  • Fritz Hansen - Space Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Space Armchair
    Space is a comfortable high-tech-armchair: Modern, light and transtportable. The character of the armschair depents on the ambiente - it goes from futuristic and unusual to elegant and simple. Die vierteilige Cushions give you comfort and support for backside, back and arms. Jehs+Laub about the design: “We wanted to design a simple and light chair – so we took away all the material that we didn’t need and ended up with a comfortable and flexible soft shell with upholstery in 4 zones; this gives you all the comfort you need.” The Space Armchair is also available in other versions and colours: The base made of black, white oder silver coloured steel, with or without rotation, and with matt rubber varnish. The front is upholstered, it comes in fabric or leather.
  • Fritz Hansen - Fri Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Fri Armchair
    Armchair by Jaime Hayon The Fri armchair was designed by the Spanish designed Jaime Hayon in cooperation with Fritz Hansen. It was the aim to design a comfortable seat which would encourage togetherness with others in a room, offering a comfortable and open atmosphere. The Fri armchair is produced by Fritz Hansen according to the highest quality and processing standards. The result is a functional and aesthetically appealing armchair, which is an eye-catcher in every surrounding. Fri means free Fri offers an own space to relax without transmitting a feeling of absence. Fri encourages our perception and interaction contrasting most of the other armchairs. “Fri” means “free” on Danish – the name was chosen because the openness in a room offers a feeling of liberty. Colours and bases The comfortable armchair is available in two different colours. The legs suit the cushioned seat and they are powder-coated or brushed. Each leg stands on nylon gliders, compatible to almost every ground. The round design of the armchair is simple, elegant and pleasant for the eye and the body. Fri was developed to add comfort to every setting. Of course we need more than an armchair for a warm ambience, but the first step for it is done with Fri. The cushioned armchair is also available coated with leather on demand.
  • Fritz Hansen - Series 7 Chair coloured
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    Fritz Hansen - Series 7 Chair coloured
    Series 7 – A Timeless Classic The series 7, which was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955, is meanwhile one of the top-selling seating in the world. The chair still delights with its reserved appearance and the functional versatility. Functional and Versatile Thanks to its seat shell made of pressed veneer the Series 7 chair is especially light, but at the same time stable. The classic chair by Arne Jacobsen is also easily stackable and therefore functional in living rooms as well as in conference rooms, waiting halls or studying rooms. The Series 7 chair is produced – according to the original designs of Arne Jacobsen – by Fritz Hansen today. Thereby the classic piece appears in many different colours and material combinations. The softly swung seat is available in a natural wood look, with a cushioned seat or in different colours. Lacquered or Glazed The coloured model is produced in two different editions: With a coloured, glazed seat of ash veneer, which keeps the natural wooden grain of the chair visible, or as painted edition, which covers the seat of the Series 7 with a silky lacquer, offering a monochromatic look to the chair. The Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen deserves to belong to the classic chairs of furniture history, since the different modules, colours and bases offer many individual configurations, adapted to everyone. The chair is available in further colours and with different bases and cushions in here on demand. Also in our blog: The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair: Monochrome design 60 years Series 7 – one chair one story
  • Fritz Hansen Ro Lounge Chair
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    Fritz Hansen Ro Lounge Chair
    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 - Serie 7 Stuhl monochromatic
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    Fritz Hansen - Serie 7 Stuhl monochromatic
    Series 7 – monochromatic from head to toes The Series 7, which was designed by Arne Jacobsen 1955, is the admiral of the Fritz Hansen collection. The chair still convinces with its withdrawing appearance and the functional versatility. Fritz Hansen presents the classic chair with new colours by the artist Tal R with suitable bases in 2015 in the event of the 60 th birthday of the designer. Lacquered or painted The seat of pressed veneer of the Series 7 is available in two variants as monochromatic edition. One of them with a varnished seat out of ash wood and another one lacquered. The difference: The painted edition keeps the typical and individual wooden grain of the seat visible, which emphasizes the natural appearance and silhouette of the Series 7. The lacquered models are special with their silky and uniform seat. The wooden grain is covered with an opaque colour-layer in this case. Both editions – the painted and the lacquered monochromatic models – are available in the classic non-colours black and white as well as in two tones of the range of colours of the artist Tal R: Chavalier Irange, an Orient influenced orange tone which is the most exclusive of the new colours according to Tal R, and in Trieste Blue, a mix of violet and blue. Lacquered from head to toes The monochromatic model convinces with its unitary tranquilizing appearance. The classic four legged base appears in the same colour as the seat. The two elements of the chair become a harmonic unity this way. The Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen deserves to belong to the classic chairs of furniture history, since the different modules, colours and bases offer many individual configurations, adapted to everyone. The chair is available in further colours and with different bases and cushions in here on demand. Also in our blog: The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair: Monochrome design
  • Fritz Hansen - Nap Armchair KS60
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    Fritz Hansen - Nap Armchair KS60
    Nap is a chair from the Danish designer Karpar Salto. Fritz Hansen produces Nap as a series of weightless stackable chairs that offer optimal comfort in every desired seating position. KS60 is the armchair out of the series. Nap stands for normal, active and passive, because to sit really means continuous movement. The backrest of the seat from Nap KS60 is high-gloss polished while the matt front is equipped with grooves to emphasize its geometry. To minimize annoying noises and the danger of damaging the floor, the front and back feet have felt glides in different sizes. The usage of injection moulded, dyed throughout nylon (polyamide – PA6) for the seat allows the re-employment of the material. The cap and distance blocks consist of nylon or TPE (thermoplastic elastomer). Both of them are coloured the same as the seat. The frame of the chair is made out of 1 mm powder lacquered steel in the same colours of the seat of out of chromed steel. The glides are made out of black TPE. 8 To 10 chairs with or without armrests can be stacked over another. For environmental reasons, the chair can be demounted easily and the single parts can be re-assembled depending on their need. The main material of the chair, nylon, is a common plastic in our everyday, making the recycling of the chair easier. The plastic can be granulated and the steel pieces can be reused. The Nap chair KD60 from Fritz Hansen has been approved after EN 1728:2000, level 2, according to the normal public usage test. The Nap chair KS60 from Fritz Hansen is also available in further colours. The frame can be ordered in a chrome version or in the desired powder coated colour. Additionally you can get suitable seating cushions.
  • Republic of Fritz Hansen Sammen dining chair
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    Republic of Fritz Hansen Sammen dining chair
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    Coming from the creative mind of world renowned Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayón and manufactured by Danish furniture company Republic of Fritz Hansen, this Sammen chair is minimalistically designed for a modern aesthetic. Softly cushioned at the back and seat for optimal support and comfort, this piece will be the place where you spend hours of quality time.
  • Fritz Hansen - Minuscule Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Minuscule Chair
    Minuscule is a chair, which impresses with its withdrawing, Scandinavian style. This designer’s piece made by Cecilie Manz fits in different rooms without any problems. The name “Minuscule” was chosen by Fritz Hansen and the Danish designer Cecilie Manz, since the chair represents unconstrained, decent style, which also characterizes Danish design in general. The also clever and uncomplicated Minuscule chair is characterized by its material: The chair connects tradition and craftsmanship with industrial processing. The seat is upholstered with a weightless but durable fabric and hand-sewn, whereby a fine leather detail emphasizes its contours. The aesthetically swung bowls are held by a frame out of plastic. This material is a contrast and also a pleasant, contemporaneous completion of the whole image. The source of inspiration for the design details: Stones that floated through the sea, reaching the beach. The soft lines of the frame also have that softness. The upholstery of the outside bowl is available in two grey tones as well as in black/white. Grey is a colour which fascinates Cecilie Manz a lot, since it is the only tone that is able to absorb all the other ones. The different colours of the bowl are combinable with different upholsteries as well. The possible colour combinations of backside and upholstery of seat are represented in the document below. The Fritz Hansen Minuscule chair fits in different surroundings: In public rooms, in offices or in private homes. The Minuscule chair is completed by the table of the series: Minuscule Table. More details: The following seats are combinable with the according upholsteries. All the numbers represent fabric colours of the fabric https://www.connox.de/kvadrat-stoffmuster-remix.html}Remix by Kvadrat. Seat 123 (light grey): Upholstery 143 (grey), 173 (dark blue-grey), 433 (rust orange), 733 (blue-green), 373 (aubergine), 933 (light green), 433 (ochre), 762 (blue), 722 (rose-blue) Seat 163 (dark grey): Upholstery 143 (grey), 173 (dark blue-grey), 783 (dark blue-aubergine), 923 (corn yellow), 753 (jeans blue), 233 (beige), 733 (dark ultramarine blue), 612 (light pink), 982 (green) Seat 152 (black/white): upholstery 152 (black/white)
  • Fritz Hansen - Sammen Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Sammen Chair
    Dining chair by Jaime Hayon and Fritz Hansen Sammen is a comfortable cushioned chair by Fritz Hansen. It was designed by Jaime Hayon in different variants, with and without armrests as well as with different cushioned textiles. This is how the chair can individually be adapted to the own interior. Upholstery fabrics and wood in different colours The frame has four legs of natural or black painted oak veneer. Each leg has a nylon glider, which is compatible to almost every type of ground. Fabrics in up to six colours are available: Blue, dark green, yellow and burgundy up to grey and a soft pink tone, which promise a big selection for the chair to be adapted to the most different ambiences. A chair for togetherness “Sammen” is the Danish word for togetherness and enjoyment – that’s just what the Fritz Hansen Chair encourages with the opened and comfortable design. Sammen is a cushioned dining chair and it was developed for happy hours with friends and the family – for an evening with great meals and great conversations. The wooden legs and the comfortable cushioned seat with soft shapes spread warm and comfortable feelings. This is how Sammen invites you to sit relaxed: While dining, reading and being with the ones you love.
  • Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Wood Legs
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    Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Wood Legs
    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 - Sammen Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Sammen Armchair
    Cushioned chair by Jaime Hayon Sammen is a comfortable chair by the designer Jaime Hayon. It is available in different editions, with and without armrests and it convinces with a modern and also comfortable appearance. The combination of wooden base and fabric covers of different colours are the reason for the eye-catching qualities of the chair, which adapts to every surrounding. Upholstery fabrics and wood in different colours The Sammen armchair is equipped with cushions in the back and in the seat, for more comfort. The textiles are available in six different colours: Blue, dark green, yellow and burgundy up to grey and a soft pink tone, which promise a big selection for the chair to be adapted to the most different ambiences. The four-legged base is made of oak wood and available as natural edition or lacquered in black. Sammen – the chair for togetherness The Danish word Sammen for “togetherness and enjoyment” describes how happy the evenings with the comfortable chair by Fritz Hansen can be. The cushioned Sammen chair offers pleasant comfort at great meals, charming conversations and relaxed togetherness with the flexible foam upholstery. The Sammen armchair is also available in the further colours as well as coated with leather with dark or bright bases on demand.
  • Fritz Hansen - Grand Prix Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Grand Prix Chair
    The Grand Prix™ design, by Arne Jacobsen was introduced by Fritz Hansen at the Designers’ Spring Exhibition at the Danish Museum of Art & Design in Copenhagen, in 1957. Later that year, the chair was displayed at the Triennale in Milan where it received the Grand Prix – the finest distinction of the exhibition. After which the chair has always been called the Grand Prix Chair™. Originally, the Grand Prix chair was introduced with a wooden and steel base. Today, the chair is available with a chromed or satin chromed base and is an ideal chair with a wide range of applications, such as dining, conference, office and the private home. It is lightweight and stackable and is available in an extensive palette of colours, wood types and with fabric or leather upholstery. The chair is available in three different heights.
  • Fritz Hansen - Ant Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Ant Chair
    Minimalist Chair Inspired by Ants Beautiful and elegant. However, not immediately popular in 1952 when Fritz Hansen launched the Ant designed by Arne Jacobsen. The chair had only 3 legs and no arms! Nevertheless, revolutionary in 1952 due to shell design with back and seat made out of one piece of laminated wood with 9 layers of moulded veneer and 2 layers of cotton textile in-between. The 3 or 4 legs are chromed or satin chromed steel. The Ant in more conservative terms referred to as model 3100 with three legs, or model 3101 with four legs that was added in 1980. The Ant Chair is in also available in further editions. Also in our blog: Home fashion: Furnish in retro style 60 years Series 7 – one chair one story New Danish Design - Re-interpretation of classic furniture
  • Fritz Hansen - Series 7 Chair Upholstery
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    Fritz Hansen - Series 7 Chair Upholstery
    Series 7 with Pads as Special Offer For a short time, the series 7 chair - the design classics by Arne Jacobsen - is available with front pads for free. The elegantly curved seat shell made of dyed ash veneer is padded with a remix fabric from Kvadrat. For the chair is co-ordinated in colour, it results in a harmonious mix of materials and a chair with superior comfort. With a chrome-plated or optional powder-coated frame the classic chair by Fritz Hansen as front upholstered version offers classic design and comfort for the living area. Padded Design Classic With the series of 3107, designer Arne Jacobsen created one of the most popular chairs of history. With several million copies sold and exhibited in the most prestigious museums and design collections in the world, the series 7 is one of the classics among the seating furniture. The Series 7 Chair by Arne Jacobsen can be upholstered with all Remix fabrics according to your personal wishes. The offer with free front padding is valid until the end of February, 2016. Also in our blog: The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair: Monochrome design
  • Fritz Hansen Lily Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen Lily Armchair
    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 - Series 7 natural
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    Fritz Hansen - Series 7 natural
    Series 7 – A Timeless Classic made of Wood The Series 7, which was designed by Arne Jacobsen 1955, is the admiral of the Fritz Hansen collection. The chair still convinces with its withdrawing appearance and the functional versatility. The design of the collection of 1955 is produced by Fritz Hansen today, offered in different colours and available with different bases. The “classic” edition is still the Series 7 chair with chrome-plated legs and a natural or coloured seat. Wooden Seat for a Natural Appearance The seat of pressed veneer is the reason for the weightlessness and stability of the Series 7 chair. The seat is available in four wooden materials, whereby the core always consists of beech wood. The individual grain of the wood emphasizes the organic shape of the seat, which adds a timeless, natural look to it. The wooden chair is also available in coloured editions for selected colour accents, made of ash wood. Thereby the ash veneer is submerged in different colours that keep the natural structure of the wood visible, as well as painted with a silky surface. The Series 7 can be configured individually and it is available in more colours and wooden tones on demand.
  • Fritz Hansen - Drop Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Drop Chair
    It took Frits Hansen more than 50 years to re-produce the Drop chair designed by the legendary Arne Jacobsen. The classic piece came back now and it acts more current than ever. Drop has already been produced for the big masterwork of Jacobsen in 1958, the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen, for which the Danish designer also created the iconic armchair Egg and Swan. The Fritz Hansen Drop is a sensitive chair with big character. The chair is fresh and vivid as if it had a new design; bit still it keeps a very special history. This makes its unmistakable personality possible, which is bigger than its simplicity might reveal on the first sight. The love for details and the unique design make up a brave and unusual statement, which makes Drop as current as when it first appeared. The backrest of the Fritz Hansen Drop unifies the feelings of a warm embrace with a lot of mobility, leading to surprising comfort. The chair elegantly fits in numerous furnishings and it is therefore an exceptional example for furniture design, which influences and upgrades the room it is in by simply being there and being beautiful. The Frits Hansen Drop chair is available in further colours, with chrome-plated legs as well as coated with fabric, leather or with cushions. We will gladly advise you for individual configurations. Also in our blog: Jaime Hayon presents room in legendary design hotel Fritz Hansen presents Drop & Analog
  • Fritz Hansen - Egg Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Egg Armchair
    The Egg Chair offers comfort and privacy at public places. Arne Jacobsen designed the Egg for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen in 1958. This originally formed chair became a synonym for Danish furniture design all around the world. The Egg is perfectly suitable for receiving and waiting areas as well as for private homes. The specialty at the Egg Armchair is its form that reminds of an eggshell through its curved lines. Thereby the chair invites to a comfortable seating experience and shields the sitting person from its laterals and to the back. Furthermore the backrest is bent at the upper end and reminds of a classic wings chair. That makes the stay inside of the Egg Armchair a private and restful matter, also at public places. Originally designed for the lobby of the Hotel, the designer Arne Jacobsen wanted to create a chair that would suit a high quality surrounding through its sophisticated design and simultaneously offer a bit of privacy in public rooms. The Egg is wonderfully suitable for receptions and waiting rooms as well as for private homes - with or without Ottoman. The Egg Armchair from Fritz Hansen is also available in further colours as well as with the suitable foot stool. Also in our blog: Home fashion: Furnish in retro style Jaime Hayon presents room in legendary design hotel Fritz Hansen: A Sofa Called Favn
  • Fritz Hansen - Rin Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Rin Chair
    When Japanese and Danish design meet each other... Hiromichi Konno has created the RIN chair for Fritz Hansen ; an elegant and futuristic design. The idea is to create a new type of chair that is in harmony with Japanese and Danish design traditions. The chair is elegant with a very innovative and progressive design. It invites you to sit in it for hours taking the traditional chair design into a new direction. “I wanted to make a beautiful chair that can stimulate and awaken emotions in people. It must be able to appeal visually but also make us feel a form of elegance when we sit in it. Therefore, I have established something poetical, simple, strong, relaxed and innovative all at the same time. The goal from the beginning was to create the perfect chair,” - Hiromichi Konno.
  • Fritz Hansen - Series 7 Chair (3 + 1 Special Offer)
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    Fritz Hansen - Series 7 Chair (3 + 1 Special Offer)
    Design Classics in the Offer Set The Series 7 Chair by Arne Jacobsen - one of the most popular classics of furniture design - is now available in a special offer set. Four chairs for the price of three can be purchased with the 3 + 1 special offer set including four chairs of the same finish. Series 7 - A Timeless Classic In 1955, the designer Arne Jacobsen created the Series 7 - a chair, which meanwhile is one of the best-selling chairs in the world. Back then as well as today, the chair inspires with a discreet appearance and functional diversity. Functional and Versatile Thanks to its seat shell made of laminated veneer , the Series 7 Chair is particularly light and at the same time very stable. Also, the chair can be easily stacked and is not only a welcomed guest in the living area, but also as conference chair, in waiting rooms or classrooms is the chair by Arne Jacobsen omnipresent. Colours & Surfaces Today the Series 7 Chair is produced according to the original designs of Arne Jacobsen by the manufacturer Fritz Hansen. And the classic presents itself in a wide range of different colour and material combinations. The gently curved seat shell is available in natural wood looks as well as in a monochrome coloured version letting the grain slightly shine through. The wood grain is no longer visible in the colored version. The special offer is only available as long as stocks last.
  • Fritz Hansen - Swan Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Swan Armchair
    …And the swan is also designed by Arne Jacobsen ! In 1958 the designer Arne Jacobsen had the challenge to design furniture for the lobby and the lounge area of the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel. The results of the creation process were the swan, and the egg-two chair, which are now true classics of the design. In 1958, the swan armchair was a technical reform and his design arouse sensation: The swan has no straight lines, only curves. Because of this, the swan received a graceful and friendly outward appearance. The popularity and quality of the swan chair is reflected in that, that it is represented in different design museums all over the world, among other things in art industry museum in Copenhagen and in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. More details: Malerial: Aluminium, plastic, cold foam, Tonus. Measurements: H: 85Cm, D: 68Cm, L: 74 Cm. Also in our blog: Home fashion: Furnish in retro style Jaime Hayon presents room in legendary design hotel Fritz Hansen: A Sofa Called Favn
  • Fritz Hansen - Oxford Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Oxford Chair
    Once – the tall, wooden chairs were exclusively for the professors at St. Catherine's College in Oxford. Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1963. Two years later, in 1965 the Oxford chairs were added upholstery and then put in production. Over the years, the chairs grew thicker and changed appearance. 40 Years after the introduction the Oxford chairs were revitalized; today the look is much more true to the originals. A much more sculptural look has been obtained. Tall, medium-high or with a low back, lounge models, different options, e.g. Casters and arms. Leather or fabric upholstery. Der Oxford Stuhl wurde entsprechend der Linienführung und den Maßen von Arne Jacobsens Originaldesign neu gestaltet. Das Ergebnis ist ein schlankerer und noch schönerer und bequemerer Stuhl. Bestens geeignet als Konferenzstuhl, Gästestuhl oder Arbeitsstuhl sowie in Loungebereichen. The Oxford Chair is also available in other versions: With low, medium, or high back; height adjustable or not. It is also available with rolls. Accessoires like arm supports, aluminium gliders, and return mechanism can also be ordered!
  • Fritz Hansen - Nap Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Nap Chair
    The Danish designer Kasper Salto designed the Nap Chair for Fritz Hansen. Nap is a series of easily stackable chairs, which is designed to offer optimal comfort in every sitting position. Nap stands for normal, active and passive, because the sitting activity truly means continuous movement. Nap is available in two variances, with and without arm-rests. The back of the bowl is high-gloss polished, while the matt front is provided with furrows to emphasize its geometry. To minimize disturbing noises and the danger of openings in the floor, the front and back stool feet appear in different sizes. The usage of injection moulded, through-coloured Nylon (polyamide- PA6) for the bowl allows to reuse the material. Covering cap and distance blocks consist of nylon, TPE (thermostatic elastomers). Either one coloured through the bowl. The frame of the chair consists of 14 mm powder lacquered steel according to the colour of the chair, or also in chromed steel. The foot-plugs consist of black TPE. 8 To 10 chairs with or without arm-rests can be stacked on top of each other. The chair is easily demountable for environmental reasons and each part of it can be accordingly reused. The main material of the chair, nylon, is a common synthetic nowadays, what makes the recycling easier. The synthetic can be granulated and the steel-parts are reusable. The Nap chair from Fritz Hansen has been proofed according to the public reuse and approved after the EN 1728:2000, level 2. The Nap chair from Fritz Hansen is also available in the following colours: Butter-yellow, pepper-grey and coffee-brown. The frame is either available in a chromed version or in the desired powder lacquered colour. Furthermore it is available in all variations with and without arm-rests. And also the fitting sitting cushions can be ordered. Read how customers have rated this product.
  • Fritz Hansen Egg Chair - Leather
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    Fritz Hansen Egg Chair - Leather
    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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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Lacquered
    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 Series 7 Swivel Chair - Lacquered
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Chair - Lacquered
    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 Ant 4 Leg Chair - Colored Ash
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    Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Colored Ash
    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 Chair - Colored Ash
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Colored Ash
    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 Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Natural Veneer
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Natural Veneer
    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 Oxford Armchair - Fixed Height
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    Fritz Hansen Oxford Armchair - Fixed Height
    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.
  • Fritz Hansen NAP Arm Chair
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    Fritz Hansen NAP Arm Chair
    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 Space Swivel Chair
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    Fritz Hansen Space Swivel Chair
    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 - Ro Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Ro Armchair
    The internationally famous, Spanish designer Jaime Hayon designed the armchair of the future together with Fritz Hansen. An armchair, which offers relaxation and a little time-out for you, away from the stressful day by day. Time to think is luxury nowadays. We all have a lot of work and hardly time to stop and think a little while. The Ro armchair from Fritz Hansen comes from the desire of furniture which will make us stop running for a moment. Ro is more than an armchair. It has 1½ seats, to relax in them, to find a comfortable position in it, to read newspapers or to configure the computer or spend time with the children - a new comfort zone. The design of the seat is simple, elegant and pleasant for the eyes and the body. In its visual expression and the comfortable functionality, Ro guarantees quietness and relaxation. Moreover the clever shape of the seat makes it possible for you to decide whether to be part of what’s happening in the room you’re in or to enter your own small comfort zone. The design premises of Fritz Hansen for the designer Jaime Hayon said that he should create “a comfortable seat for single persons”. ”We focussed on the shape of the armchair, which is inspired by the human body. Our aim was to create an armchair which would be as comfortable as beautiful. I wanted to create a slim, elegant armchair to think and sit comfortably”, explained Jaime Hayon. “Ro” means quietness on Danish. This name was chosen because it describes the character of the armchair with only two characters and which perfectly expresses the Scandinavian concept for aesthetics that way. The Ro armchair is made by Fritz Hansen according to the highest quality and processing standards. The result of this unique interplay of sculptural and elegant design is a functional and aesthetically appealing armchair, which attracts glimpses in every environment. One can only fall in love with it, since Ro doesn’t compromise in comfort or aestheticism. The relax armchair is available in nine colours: In three traditional colours (black, grey and taupe), in three shiny colours (violet, blue and yellow) and in three soft colours (light pink, sage green and sand). The armchair has different surface structures for the seat and the upholstery for a more dynamic appearance, emphasizing the contrast between the hard outside and the warm, softer inside. Also in our blog: Milan Furniture Fair 2015 opened Jaime Hayon presents room in legendary design hotel
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Anniversary Edition Chair
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Anniversary Edition Chair
    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 Swan Chair - Leather
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    Fritz Hansen Swan Chair - Leather
    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.
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    Fritz Hansen Swan Chair
    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 Ant 4 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer
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    Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer
    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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    Fritz Hansen Drop Chair - Plastic
    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.
  • Fritz Hansen Ice Side Chair
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    Fritz Hansen Ice Side Chair
    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 China Chair
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    Fritz Hansen China Chair
    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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    Fritz Hansen Drop Chair - Upholstered
    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.
  • Fritz Hansen Lily Swivel Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen Lily Swivel Armchair
    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 Series 7 Armchair - Lacquered
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Lacquered
    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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    Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Colored Ash
    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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    Fritz Hansen Oxford Armchair - Adjustable Height
    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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    Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair - Natural Veneer
    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.
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Colored Ash
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Colored Ash
    In 1955, a general demand for a chair with four legs and armrests compelled Arne Jacobsen to design the Series 7 Armchair. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Colored Ash features four chromed steel tube legs and a rainbow of translucent colors available on the distinctive ash wood veneer seat and armrests.
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Chair - Natural Veneer
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Chair - Natural Veneer
    The sleek and speedy Series 7, with wheels. The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Chair - Natural Veneer makes an ideal office chair, with five castors and a steel base that swivels and rises and lowers as needed. The distinctive Series 7 seat is made out of a variety of possible wood veneers. Designed by Arne Jacobsen.
  • Fritz Hansen NAP Chair
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    Fritz Hansen NAP Chair
    The Fritz Hansen NAP Chair makes it comfortable to sit anyway you like, whether Normal, Active or Passive. It does so with a curvaceous and ergonomic molded nylon seat (with a matte ribbed front and high-gloss back) on a delicate-looking steel frame. Designed by Kasper Salto. Available in a variety of seat color and frame finish pairings.
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Natural Veneer
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Natural Veneer
    In his design of the Fritz Hansen Series 7 Armchair - Natural Veneer, Arne Jacobsen combined the iconic form of his original Series 7 Chair with convenient armrests and the tantalizing texture of natural wood veneer. The seat and armrests are available in a wide range of wood veneers, all with chromed steel legs and arms.
  • Fritz Hansen Ant 3 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer
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    Fritz Hansen Ant 3 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer
    The Fritz Hansen Ant 3 Leg Chair - Natural Veneer celebrates the iconic Ant Chair form as well as the natural materials used to make it. The curvy seat comes in a variety of laminated wood veneers. Each veneer's distinctive natural grain and tone are balanced by the modern gleam of chromed steel legs. Designed by Arne Jacobsen, 1952.
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Natural Veneer
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Natural Veneer
    The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair - Natural Veneer pairs the distinctive form of the Series 7 Chair with the distinctive texture of natural wood. This uber-popular design by Arne Jacobsen (1955) is available in a wide range of wood veneers, infusing the essential form with the unique personality of their natural grain and tone.
  • Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Lacquered
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    Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Lacquered
    Convenient, colorful and completely contemporary. The modern style of the Fritz Hansen Series 7 Swivel Armchair - Lacquered is eternal, as is the functional steel base, which swivels, rolls on five castors and is height adjustable. The same opaque lacquer chosen for the distinctive ash veneer seat is used on the coordinating ash veneer armrests.
  • Fritz Hansen Ant 3 Leg Chair - Colored Ash
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    Fritz Hansen Ant 3 Leg Chair - Colored Ash
    In 1952, Arne Jacobsen designed the Ant 3 Leg Chair for the canteen at Novo Nordisk, a Danish healthcare company. It has since become a modern design icon, and the Fritz Hansen Ant 3 Leg Chair - Colored Ash accentuates the signature curves and distinctive grain of the ash veneer seat with a rainbow of translucent colors. All options come with a chromed steel base and legs.
  • Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Lacquered
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    Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Lacquered
    Get a leg up on the original Ant 3 Leg Chair with the Fritz Hansen Ant 4 Leg Chair - Lacquered. The distinctive, comfortable curves of the wood veneer seat are highlighted by a rainbow of smooth, opaque lacquers and shown off on top of four chromed steel legs. Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1952.
  • Fritz Hansen RIN Swivel Chair with Castors
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    Fritz Hansen RIN Swivel Chair with Castors
    The design of the Fritz Hansen RIN Swivel Chair with Castors was inspired by the beauty and practicality of a bird's nest. It features a rounded, organic-looking plastic seat on top a star-shaped base and height adjustable pedestal. Five castors add horizontal movement to the list of functional conveniences. Available with choice of seat colors and castor options.
  • Fritz Hansen Minuscule Lounge Chair
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    Fritz Hansen Minuscule Lounge Chair
    A little lounge with big style. The Fritz Hansen Minuscule Lounge Chair was designed by Cecilie Manz as a modern barrel chair. Atop a Matte Grey reinforced plastic base, the smooth embracing curves of the seat and back are complemented by a two-tone Remix fabric upholstery scheme: one on the interior of the seat and another on the exterior, separated by natural leather piping.
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