The aesthetic hallmark of the .03 chair is its sleek, slim shape – a design that can be seen as an expression of the concept 'less is more'. At the same time, the chair is unexpectedly comfortable: made of resilient polyurethane integral foam, the li..
HAY’s 13Eighty chair designed by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings is aptly named after the number of tiny holes in the moulded polypropylene shell. These perforations create a characteristic aesthetic, where transparency and a play of light an..
With its gently curved open shell and symmetrical solid base, the About A Chair AAC 12 design offers a refreshingly pared back expression that is consistent with the rest of the series. The lack of armrests ensures a clean, clutter-free silhouette, w..
The About A Chair AAC22 design exudes the functional simplicity that is characteristic of this entire series. The solid shell comprises a curved back with armrests in polypropylene, providing excellent comfort and a soft, unified silhouette, while th..
Alma is a small armchair
with a distinct personality. Its balanced proportions and enveloping lines
instantly inspire a feeling of comfort associated with great stylistic
elegance.Sleek and graceful, thanks
to the aluminum swivel base, the Alma a..
The Ant™ chair’s visual expression is delicate and artful, much like the curves of a musical instrument. Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1952, the chair is made from nine layers of pressure moulded veneer. Its elegant shape disguises its remarkable stre..
Designed by Jasper Morrison, the APC is reminiscent of classic wooden chairs while advancing the appearance
and functionality of this typology. The graceful chair combines great stability
with excellent comfort; its backrest is attached to the fram..
The Archibald armchair, one of the icons of Poltrona Frau, winner of the Wallpaper* Design Award for "Best Domestic Design" in 2009, inspires an interpretation of the dining chair in a version with a metal base: four conical legs with an oval section..
The beechwood Aslak Chair is as elegant as it is versatile. Stackable, lightweight, and eminently inviting, it fits equally well in restaurants, meeting rooms, or homes. Its short rounded armrests allow it to be pulled up easily to desks and dining t..
A universal wooden chair, Atelier Chair was designed for the new restaurant of the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, which evokes an artist’s atelier. Commissioned by the museum as part of an initiative to foster contemporary Nordic design, Atelier Chair ..
In 1970, Hans J. Wegner came up with an exclusive office
concept consisting of a desk and accompanying chair plus a
slender easy chair. The series represents some of Wegner's very finest
One of the striking fea..
An attractive and simple
stackable dining chair. The low
back and horizontal seat also mean that it makes an excellent desk chair. Hans
J. Wegner experimented with new materials such as moulded veneer, and the
chair's seat is made from 11 la..
The CH23 dining chair is an early example of Hans J. Wegner's
unique style and insightful craftsmanship, and contains many well-known Wegner
details - for example, the elegantly shaped cruciform caps on the backrest and
the special double-woven se..
With a design that is uniquely its own, the Wishbone Chair holds
a special position in the world of modern design.This iconic design was the last part of a Wegner series inspired
by portraits of Danish merchants sitting in Chinese Ming Dynasty chai..
Wegner's CH26 dining chair was designed in 1950 but has never
been in production before. The CH26 chair has finally been brought to life in
line with Wegner's original sketch. Its curved organic shapes and exceptional
craftsmanship make it a true ..
CH29 chair, also known as "The Sawbuck Chair" due to the shape of the
chairs legs resembling that of the simple sawbucks or saw horses traditionally
used by carpenters and woodcutters, was originally designed for Carl Hansen
& Søn by Wegn..