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    J110 dining chair is part of HAY's relaunch of the Danish furniture classics originally made for FDB (The Danish Consumers Co-operative Society). Functionalist and democratic design for the people - that was the main idea behind the furniture production started by FDB in the 1940s. By shifting to industrial production and thus deceasing the costs FDB pushed forward the availability of designer furniture for ordinary people by making high quality design furniture at relatively low prices. The J110 chair is designed by Jorgen Baekmark and is made from beech wood in natural wood and 4 colours - white, grey, coral and black. It has the same seat height as other dining chairs but because of the high back it bears a certain resemblance to a lounge chair. Requires some simple assembly. Available to buy individually Materials: Solid beech, soap treated or lacquered. Dimensions: W 53 x D 60 x H 106 cm (seat height 44.5cm) Arm rest height 68.5cm (allow at least 69 - 70cm for chair to fit under a dining table)
  • J107 Chair by Hay
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    J107 dining chair is part of HAY's relaunch of the Danish furniture classics originally made for FDB (The Danish Consumers Co-operative Society). Functionalist and democratic design for the people - that was the main idea behind the furniture production started by FDB in the 1940s. By shifting to industrial production and thus deceasing the costs FDB pushed forward the availability of designer furniture for ordinary people by making high quality design furniture at relatively low prices. The three legged J107 dining chair is designed by Poul M. Volther and is made from beech wood in natural wood and 4 colours - white, grey, coral and black. MINIMUM ORDER: 2 OF THE SAME COLOUR. Materials: Solid beech, soap treated or lacquered. Dimensions: W 45 x D 45 x H 77 cm (seat height 44.5cm)
  • J104 Chair by Hay
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    J104 dining chair is part of HAY's relaunch of the Danish furniture classics originally made for FDB (The Danish Consumers Co-operative Society). Functionalist and democratic design for the people - that was the main idea behind the furniture production started by FDB in the 1940s. By shifting to industrial production and thus deceasing the costs FDB pushed forward the availability of designer furniture for ordinary people by making high quality design furniture at relatively low prices. The J104 dining chair is designed by Jorgen Baekmark and is made from beech wood in natural wood and 4 colours. SOLD AS SETS OF 2 OF THE SAME COLOUR (Priced each - add multiples of 2 to your basket) Materials: Solid beech, soap treated or lacquered. Dimensions: W 57 x D 47 x H 73 cm (seat height 44.5cm)
  • Fritz Hansen 4-Leg Ant Chair - Color
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    Design Arne Jacobsen, 1952. Steel, laminated wood. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. Despite its minimalist and svelte form, the Ant chair by Arne Jacobsen is extremely comfortable due to its shell design while achieving a beauty and elegance which has made Jacobsen's first stacking chair one of his best-known designs. Although a revolutionary design, the Ant was not an immediate hit when first launched by Fritz Hansen in 1952. The chair had only 3 legs and no arms! The back and seat are made of one piece of laminated wood with 9 layers of molded veneer and 2 layers of cotton textile in-between. The lamination process coupled with the qualities inherent in the wood make the Ant flexible enough to adjust to the body's contours and movements. The Ant is a stackable, wooden chair on a thin chrome or satin chrome steel base with a choice of either natural wood veneer or colors in lacquer or lazur. Available in your choice of two heights. Arne Jacobsen was very productive both as an architect and as a designer. His cooperation with Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. The Ant and Series 7 chairs, produced in 1952, propelled both Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. At the end of the 50's Arne Jacobsen designed the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which introduced the Egg, the Swan, the Swan sofa and Series 3300 to the design world. Arne Jacobsen was and is an admired and outstanding designer. His furniture and other design work have become a national and international heritage. Note: lazur finish (colored ash): wood grain is clearly visible through the color. Lacquered finish: uniform, silky soft surface with no wood grain visible. low: 20" w | 18.9" d | 31.7" h | seat: 17.3" h. Tall: 20" w | 18.9" d | 31.7" h | seat: 18.3" h.
  • Knoll Jens Risom Lounge Chair
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    Design Jens Risom, 1941. Maple or walnut, cotton or nylon webbing. Made in USA by Knoll. Jens Risom's original 1941 collection for Knoll incorporates a natural aesthetic, characteristic of understated Scandinavian design. The side and lounge chairs are made of woven cotton webbing and wood, materials not subject to wartime restrictions, and have now been updated with new fabric options and a variety of colors. Danish-born Jens Risom received his education in Denmark. He later worked as a designer of furniture and interiors in the Copenhagen office of architect Ernst Kuhn. After immigrating to the United States in 1939, he designed Knoll's first commissioned collection, including a range of simple birchwood chairs in 1941. After World War II, he founded his own company and was among the first to manufacture furniture consisting of interchangeable standard components. Responsible for designs dating to the mid-20th century, Risom is a trustee of the Rhode Island School of Design and was knighted by Queen Margrethe of Denmark in 1996. The Risom lounge chair frame is offered in your choice of either walnut or select, clear maple hardwood in clear or ebonized finish. Mortise and tenon construction. Seat basket attaches to arm frame with invisible screws. Upholstery; 100 percent natural cotton webbing available in ten colors. Nylon webbing (60 percent nylon, 40 percent cotton, with a stain-protective finish) is available in six colors. Lounge: 20" w | 28" d | 29.75" h | seat: 16.25" h. Lounge w/arms: 23.5" w | 25" d | 29" h | seat: 15.5" h | arm: 20" h.
  • Fritz Hansen 3-Leg Ant Chair - Color
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    Design Arne Jacobsen, 1952. Steel, laminated wood. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. Despite its minimalist and svelte form, the Ant chair by Arne Jacobsen is extremely comfortable due to its shell design while achieving a beauty and elegance which has made Jacobsen's first stacking chair one of his best-known designs. Although a revolutionary design, the Ant was not an immediate hit when first launched by Fritz Hansen in 1952. The chair had only 3 legs and no arms! The back and seat are made of one piece of laminated wood with 9 layers of molded veneer and 2 layers of cotton textile in-between. The lamination process coupled with the qualities inherent in the wood make the Ant flexible enough to adjust to the body's contours and movements. The Ant is a stackable, wooden chair on a thin chrome base with a choice of either natural wood veneer or colors in lacquer or lazur. Arne Jacobsen was very productive both as an architect and as a designer. His cooperation with Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. The Ant and Series 7 chairs, produced in 1952, propelled both Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. At the end of the 50's Arne Jacobsen designed the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which introduced the Egg, the Swan, the Swan sofa and Series 3300 to the design world. Arne Jacobsen was and is an admired and outstanding designer. His furniture and other design work have become a national and international heritage. Note: lazur finish (colored ash): wood grain is clearly visible through the color. Lacquered finish: uniform, silky soft surface with no wood grain visible. 20" w | 18.9" d | 30.7" h | seat: 17.3" h.
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  • Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair
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    Design Arne Jacobsen, 1957. Steel, laminated, molded veneer. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. The Grand Prix™ (3130) 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 steel tube base and is an ideal chair with a wide range of applications, such as dining, conference, office and the private home. It is lightweight, stackable and available in an extensive palette of colors, wood types and with fabric or leather upholstery. The chair is available in three different heights. Arne Jacobsen cooperation with Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. The Ant and Series 7 chairs, produced in 1952, propelled both Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. At the end of the 50's Arne Jacobsen designed the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which introduced the Egg, the Swan, the Swan sofa and Series 3300 to the design world. Arne Jacobsen was and is an admired and outstanding designer. His furniture and other design work have become a national and international heritage. Note: clear lacquer: wood grain is fully visible. Lazur finish (colored ash): wood grain is clearly visible. 19.7" w | 19.7" d | 31.7" h | seat: 17.3" h, 18.3" h (standard height) or 19.1" h. 18.
  • Thrive Kennedy Chair
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    Kennedy Chair - Mid-Century Modern Furniture - Z Style Wood Chairs The Danish Z chair is designed in the spirit of Selig - Poul Jensen. This vintage iconic lounge chair is from the 50s and 60s modernist movement but is timeless in any interior. Each chair is beautifully handcrafted from the sustainable Tulip Poplar hardwood with four layers of lacquer to create this functional art for your home by our craftsman. When you pair your wood choice with our fabric, you will notice we paid particular attention to the colors hues and texture in keeping with Mid-Century design. Watch our video to see how this chair is made for you in our eco-friendly factory located in the USA. Sharp as a Tack: Sharp angles and clean lines add visual interest to any room. Space-saver: This chair is ideal for small spaces. Add a splash of style to any room. Handcrafted Wood: The slatted back, sleek arms, and sturdy legs are constructed from kiln-fired hardwood. Dimensions: Overall: 32"h x 30"w x 40"d Seating: 18"h x 22"w x 22"d Armrest: 25"h x 3"w
  • Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair With Wood Legs
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    Design Arne Jacobsen, 1957. Laminated, molded veneer. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. The Grand Prix™ (3130) 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. Once again, the chair is available in its original offering with non-stackable wood legs or stackable chromed steel tube legs. Grand Prix is an ideal chair with a wide range of applications, such as dining, conference, office and the private home. It is lightweight and available in an extensive palette of colors, wood types and with fabric or leather upholstery. The wooden leg chair is available in three different heights. Arne Jacobsen cooperation with Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. The Ant and Series 7 chairs, produced in 1952, propelled both Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. At the end of the 50's Arne Jacobsen designed the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which introduced the Egg, the Swan, the Swan sofa and Series 3300 to the design world. Arne Jacobsen was and is an admired and outstanding designer. His furniture and other design work have become a national and international heritage. Note: clear lacquer: wood grain is fully visible. Lazur finish (colored ash): wood grain is clearly visible. 19.7" w | 19.7" d | 31.7" h | 18.3" h (standard height) 18.
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  • Carl Hansen & Son Hans Wegner Ch88 Stacking Chair
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    Design Hans Wegner, 1955. Solid wood back, wood veneer seat, steel. Made in Denmark by Carl Hansen & Son. To mark the 100th anniversary of Hans J. Wegner's birth, Carl Hansen & Son has launched Wegner's CH88 chair - a 1955 design that has, to date, existed only as a prototype. The CH88 is versatile both in terms of its appearance and usability thanks to its numerous finish, frame, and room placement options. Characteristically, the upper structure features a steam-bent wooden backrest for back support, with slight curvatures of the backrest's ends providing a natural resting place for the arms. The steel frame, with straight back legs, supports an oval-shaped wooden seat. This blend of materials, combined with a minimalist design, results in a light, organic, industrial expression. And the new, stackable design (stackable up to 4 chairs) offers a valuable benefit. The CH88 is available in beech and oak in a range of finishes. The frame is available in stainless steel, black powder coating and chrome, and the seat with optional leather or textile upholstery. Hans J Wegner trained as a cabinet-maker before attending the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts, where he later lectured from 1946 to 1953. From 1938 to 1942, he worked as a furniture designer in Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller´s architectural practice. In 1943, he set up his own office in Gentofte and collaborated with Borge Mogensen in the design of an apartment shown at the 1946 Cabinetmakers´ Exhibition in Copenhagen. Throughout his long career, he has designed furniture extensively for Johannes Hansen and Fritz Hansen. The Royal Society of Arts, London made him an 'Honorary Royal Designers for Industry' in 1959. 30.1" h | 17.5" d | 22.4" w | seat: 17.5" h.
  • Hay J110 chair
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    J110 dining chair has been designed by Jørgen Bækmark and is made from beech wood in natural wood and in four different colours. It has the same seat height as other dining chairs but because of the high back it bears a certain resemblance to a lounge chair. J110 dining chair is part of Hay's 2011 relaunch of the Danish furniture classics originally made for FDB, the Danish Consumers’ Co-operative Society. FDB’s furniture production started in the 1940s and their main idea was functionalist and democratic design for the people. Thanks to industrial production, FDB was able to manufacture high quality design furniture for ordinary people at relatively low prices. Manufacturer: Hay. Design: Jørgen Bækmark. Size: Depth 60 cm, width 53 cm, seat height 44,5 cm, height 106 cm. Material: Solid beech.
  • Carl Hansen & Son Hans Wegner Ch88 Stacking Chair With Upholstered Seat
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    Design Hans Wegner, 1955. Solid wood back, upholstery, steel. Made in Denmark by Carl Hansen & Son. To mark the 100th anniversary of Hans J. Wegner's birth, Carl Hansen & Son has launched Wegner's CH88 chair - a 1955 design that has, to date, existed only as a prototype. The CH88 is versatile both in terms of its appearance and usability thanks to its numerous finish, frame, and room placement options. Characteristically, the upper structure features a steam-bent wooden backrest for back support, with slight curvatures of the backrest's ends providing a natural resting place for the arms. The steel frame, with straight back legs, supports an oval-shaped wooden seat. This blend of materials, combined with a minimalist design, results in a light, organic, industrial expression. And the new, stackable design (stackable up to 4 chairs) offers a valuable benefit. The CH88 is available in beech and oak in a range of finishes. The frame is available in stainless steel, black powder coating and chrome, and the seat with optional leather or textile upholstery. Hans J Wegner trained as a cabinet-maker before attending the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts, where he later lectured from 1946 to 1953. From 1938 to 1942, he worked as a furniture designer in Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller´s architectural practice. In 1943, he set up his own office in Gentofte and collaborated with Borge Mogensen in the design of an apartment shown at the 1946 Cabinetmakers´ Exhibition in Copenhagen. Throughout his long career, he has designed furniture extensively for Johannes Hansen and Fritz Hansen. The Royal Society of Arts, London made him an 'Honorary Royal Designers for Industry' in 1959. 30.1" h | 17.5" d | 22.4" w | seat: 17.5" h.
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