danish design - chairs
Chairs by Arne hovmand olsen
chair model 71 by arne hovmand olsen
The beautiful and sculptural chair Model 71, was designed in 1959 by Arne Hovmand-Olsen. The chair was produced by Mogens Kold in teak and oak.
chair model 75 by arne hovmand olsen
The beautiful and sculptural chair Model 75, was designed by Arne Hovmand-Olsen and produced by Mogens Kold.
chair model 175 by arne hovmand olsen
The beautiful and sculptural chair Model 175, was designed by Arne Hovmand-Olsen and produced by Mogens Kold.
ARMCHAIR By Arne Hovmand Olsen
Chairs by Arne Jacobsen
the ant chair by arne jacobsen
In 1952, Arne Jacobsen designed the iconic three-legged chair Myren. The ant was originally designed for the canteen at Novo Nordisk. When the chair was first presented, not everyone fully understood the design, as it was so different. Later it was also designed with four legs. The beautiful chair has today become a design classic and can be found all over the world. The ant is so sculptural in itself that you can have it stand alone, for example, next to the bed for clothes or in the corner for decoration.
drop chair by arne jacobsen
The very unique Drop chair was designed in 1958 by Arne Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in limited numbers. Since then, The Drop has been one of Danish design’s best-selling chairs ever. In 2014, Fritz Hansen relaunched the chair and is today available in almost all colors. The drop was also one of Arne Jacobsen and his wife’s personal favorites and could of course also be found in their own home.
grand prix by arne jacobsen
In 1957, Arne Jacobsen designed the beautiful Grand Prix chair. Fritz Hansen introduced it at the designers’ exhibition in Copenhagen and later at the Triennale in Milan. The chair has a steel frame, the shell can be chosen in an incredible number of options.
3107 by arne jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen’s by far best-selling chair is the world-famous 3107 “The 7′”. The 7 was designed in 1955 and was like many of his other designs with a very unique shape. The chair is very beautiful and simple with a great seating comfort. The chair is available upholstered, fully upholstered or just as a clean shell in different types of wood. The 7 ‘will forever be an icon that can be found in schools, offices, around the dining table or just for decoration in the corner.
3207 by arne jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen’s by far best-selling chair is the world-famous “The 7′”. The 7 was designed in 1955 and was like many of his other designs with a very unique shape. The chair is very beautiful and simple with a great seating comfort. The chair is available upholstered, fully upholstered or just as a clean shell in different types of wood. The 7 ‘will forever be an icon that can be found in schools, offices, around the dining table or just for decoration in the corner.
lily by arne jacobsen
The lily is one of Arne Jacobsen’s most elegant designs of all time. The chair was originally designed for Danmarks Nationalbank but has over the years become one of his most famous chairs. The lily has a steel frame and with its timeless design it can decorate the home for years.
oxford by arne jacobsen
In 1965, Arne Jacobsen designed the Oxford chair for the professors at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford. Arne Jacobsen received an honorary doctorate from Oxford for his fantastic design. The chair was later designed in several different versions with different heights, colors, materials, with and without wheels and armrests. The Oxford chair is both perfect at the desk or around the dining table at home.
Chairs by Bent hansen
Chairs by Børge Mogensen
Chairs by Ejvind A. Johansson
J64 By Ejvind A. Johansson
Chairs by erik buch
chair model 49 by erik buch
Model 49 is designed by Erik Buch and is available in the materials oak, rosewood, teak and beech. Model 49 was produced by Oddense Maskinsnedkeri.
chair model 50 by erik buch
Model 50 is designed by Erik Buch and is available in the materials oak, rosewood, teak and beech. Model 50 was produced by Oddense Maskinsnedkeri.
chair model 67 by erik buch
Model 67 is designed by Erik Buch and is available in the materials rosewood and teak. Model 67 was produced by Ørum Møbelfabrik.
chair model 310 by erik buch
Model 310 is designed by Erik Buch and is available in the materials rosewood and teak. Model 310 was made for Chr. Christensens møbelfabrik Vamdrup.
Chairs by Finn Juhl
Egyptian Chair FJ 49 By Finn juhl
The absolutely amazing Egyptian chair was designed in 1949 by Finn Juhl. It was presented the same year at Snedkerlauget’s exhibition together with the Chieftain chair. This exhibition gave Finn Juhl his international breakthrough and he became known as the man behind the famous design style “Danish Modern”. The Egyptian chair has been hailed by design critics from around the world for its blend of ancient Egyptian design principles, modern rhythms and aerodynamics. It is made of the different types of wood oak, walnut, teak and rosewood. The chair is produced today by Onecollection.
Model BO 62 Stol By Finn juhl
Model BO 62 “Karmstolen” was designed in 1953 by Finn Juhl. The chair is very simple and beautiful. It was manufactured by the company Bovirke, which manufactured a large number of Finn Juhl’s furniture. BO 62 is today a collector’s item for furniture enthusiasts around the world.
chair model 108 By Finn juhl
Finn Juhl designed the beautiful 108 chair in 1946 and was originally produced by master carpenter Niels Vodder. The beautiful chair is both sculptural, detailed and with lots of comfort. The 108 chair is available in the woods oak, teak and walnut.
chair model 109 By Finn juhl
Finn Juhl designed the beautiful 109 chair in 1946 and was originally produced by master carpenter Niels Vodder. The beautiful chair is both sculptural, detailed and with lots of comfort. The armrests are shaped with curves and angles so that arms and hands can rest perfectly. The 109 chair is available in the woods oak and walnut.
Chairs by Hans J. Wegner
CH20 By Hans j. wegner
The beautiful and classic CH20 Elbow Chair was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1956 but first came into production in 2005. The chair became very popular within the first year and won the design award ICFF Editors’ Award in New York. Elbow Chair has a steam-bent backrest which is made of one piece of solid wood and provides a comfortable sitting position. The seat is made of 11-layer plywood. CH20 Elbow Chair is produced by Carl Hansen & Son.
CH23 By Hans j. wegner
Hans J. Wegner designed more than 500 different chairs throughout his career and the stunning CH23 was one of them. Wegner already designed CH23 for Carl Hansen & Son in 1950 and is a masterpiece consisting of a seat with double wicker, beautiful joints and cross-shaped deck plugs in the backrest.
ch24 y-chair by hans j. wegner
The Y-chair (CH24 / Wishbone chair) is one of Hans J. Wegner‘s best-selling chairs of all time. The Y-chair was designed in 1949 and has been in production since 1950 and is a craft masterpiece. It is available in several different types of wood and colors, the seat is braided with 120 meters of paper string and has a durability of up to 50 years. More than 100 parts in the fantastic Y-chair are real needlework.
CH26 By Hans j. wegner
The CH26 armchair is a variant of a design that Wegner designed in 1950 and has been unknown for many years. In 2016, Carl Hansen & Son put the chair into production. The beautiful chair is with a lot of handmade details as well as with a seat of natural wicker. The chair is produced in the materials oak and walnut.
CH29 By Hans j. wegner
CH29 “Savbukkestolen” is designed by Hans J. Wegner. The chair is both aesthetic in its expression and comfortable to sit on, which creates a really good chair that can be used in many rooms for different purposes.
CH30 By Hans j. wegner
CH31 By Hans j. wegner
CH33 By Hans j. wegner
The beautiful and organic chair CH33 was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1957 and produced by Carl Hansen & Son. The chair was manufactured for 10 years and then took a long break of 45 years before it came back into production in 2012. CH33 has a strong backrest of molded veneer with visible plugs.
CH35 By Hans j. wegner
CH36 By Hans j. wegner
CH37 By Hans j. wegner
CH46 By Hans j. wegner
CH47 By Hans j. wegner
CH88 By Hans j. wegner
The beautiful and minimalist chairs CH88 were designed by Hans J. Wegner for the international exhibition H55 in Helsingborg in Sweden in 1955. CH88 has a steel frame, a backrest of steam-bent wood and a seat of molded veneer. The chair is very minimalist, elegant and detailed.
pp52 By Hans j. wegner
The beautiful and strong PP52 was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1975 for the DFDS ferries and is still PP Møbler’s largest order to date. In the same year, Wegner also designed the PP62 where the seat is instead with wicker.
pp58 By Hans j. wegner
pp58/3 By Hans j. wegner
pp62 By Hans j. wegner
PP62 was designed in 1975 by Hans J. Wegner. It is today produced by PP Møbler and is available in the materials oak and ash.
pp68 By Hans j. wegner
pp201 by hans j. wegner
pp250 by hans j. wegner
PP250 (Valet chair or The rest of the jacket) is a beautiful, sculptural, fun and functional chair. The chair is perfect to have standing in the bedroom for the clothes before bedtime. The back is shaped like a jacket hanger and under the seat there is a storage box for, for example, the watch, purse or keys. First the chair was four-legged but Wegner thought it looked too heavy and removed a leg which gave a lighter expression. Valet chair is available in the materials oak, pine, teak, wenge, oregon pine and mahogany.
pp502 by hans j. wegner
Hans J. Wegner’s PP502 office chair was designed in 1955 and is a combination of the hard steel and the soft natural materials wood and leather. PP502 is a continuation of The Round Chair. The backrest is made of solid wood and has been twisted like a propeller. It is the ultimate in office chairs and the price starts at 84,000 DKK.
pp503 by hans j. wegner
“The Chair” or “The Round Chair” is one of Hans J. Wegner’s absolute masterpieces. The Chair PP503 was designed in 1949 and was published shortly after in the American design and architecture magazine Interiors. This was the international breakthrough of Danish design and the Danish furniture and lamps came on the world map. The Chair was shown on television worldwide in 1960 when John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon met in the world’s first televised election debate. Later, Barack Obama also wanted to sit in this particular model when he was to be interviewed at the Bella Center during the climate summit.
pp505 By Hans j. wegner
One of Hans J. Wegner’s smallest chairs is the beautiful PP505 which was designed in 1952. The PP505 is a compact chair made of hand-carved, solid wood with organic shapes. The chair was previously produced by Johannes Hansen but is today produced by PP Møbler. It is available in the materials rosewood, oak, ash and teak.
pp518 by hans j. wegner
In 1961, Hans J. Wegner designed the Tyrestolen model 518 for Johannes Hansen Møbelsnedkeri. It got its name due to the strong armrest that goes out like a bull horn. The bull chair is today produced by PP Møbler and has over the years been produced in oak, ash, teak and mahogany.
pp701 by hans j. wegner
The beautiful and minimalist chair PP701 was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1965. The chair is a combination of stainless steel, wood and an upholstered seat. Today it is produced by PP Møbler and is available in the materials ash, oak and walnut.
W2 By Hans j. wegner
In 1953, Hans J. Wegner designed the beautiful and minimalist W2. It was produced at C. M. Madsen’s factories for a short period.
pp56, pp66 & FH 4283 China chair by hans j. wegner
The Chinese chair was designed in 1944 by Hans J. Wegner. It is currently produced in two different editions by PP Møbler and Fritz Hansen. The chair is inspired by a classic Chinese chair which can be found at Designmuseum Denmark and originates from the Ming dynasty, which ruled in China from 1368 to 1644. The Chinese chair is found in the different woods: oak, ash, cherry, nut, walnut, mahogany, rosewood and beech.
Chairs by Helge Sibast
Chair No. 7 By Helge Sibast
Chair No. 8 By Helge Sibast
Chair No. 9 By Helge Sibast
Chairs by Kai Kristiansen
model troja By kai kristiansen
Chairs by NanNa Ditzel
trinidad By nanna ditzel
Nanna Ditzel designed the Trinidad chair for Fredericia Furniture in 1993. The beautiful chair is very sculptural and is both made with and without armrests. The popular Trinidad chair can be found everywhere in the world today.
Chairs by Niels Otto Møller
model 55 By n. o. møller
The armchair Model 55 is designed by the Danish carpenter and architect Niels Otto Møller in 1951. The chair is still produced at JL Møller Møbelfabrik.
model 71 By n. o. møller
Chairs by Poul Kjærholm
PK9 By Poul kjærholm
PK11 By Poul kjærholm
Chairs by Verner Panton
panton chair By Verner Panton
In 1959, Verner Panton designed the beautiful Panton Chair. The chair is produced in molded plastic. The chair is available in many colors and is produced today by Vitra. Panton chair can be seen in many places around the world.
Vilbert By Verner Panton
One of the last designs Verner Panton designed before he died was the very simple but sculptural chair ‘Vilbert’. Vilbert was produced in 1993/1994 for IKEA. However, it never became a sales success for IKEA so it was quickly taken out again.