This high-grade reproduction in the style of the designer was first reproduced in 1965. The PK24 Chaise Longue's seat and back are formed using hand-woven rattan that glides on a curved stainless steel frame, allowing the user to adjust for a favoured seating position. The PK24 Chaise Longue's detachable pillow is upholstered in Italian semi-aniline leather and is fixed in place with a stainless steel ballast to maintain a comfortable position. The soft Chaise Longue PK24, can be made of cane or leather, belongs most likely to the most famous designed sitting furnitures of Poul Kjærholm. Kjærholm, who belongs besides Arne Jacobsen, Poul Henningsen, Verner Panton and Hans Wegner to the most important artists of the legendary, danish design, designed the Chaise Longue in 1965. But like a lot of other works of Kjærholms is also PK24 embossed by an impressing timelessness, which smells the exclusivity and elegant minialismis. The base of the Chaise Longue is made of stainless steel and the neck rest is covered with leather. The seat/ back is made of handmade canes or leather. It lays on a stainless steel base , glides on it and fits on the wished position. The with leather covered neck rest with counterweight made of stainless steel can be attached like you want it, to optimate the rest comfort.