PP66 China Chair by Hans J. Wegner, n 1943, Hans J. Wegner presented his first version of this China chair. The model PP66 was produced by PP Møbler, the company which began producing the PP66 in 1976. The chair is made of cherry wood and in an excellent vintage condition. Price is per cha
Hans Wegner Chinese armchairs, pair Fritz Hansen Denmark, 1943 American walnut, leather 22.25 w x 17.5 d x 32 h inches These examples are from a limited production in American walnut. Signed with applied manufacturer's label to underside: [Made In Denmark 1066 Fritz Hansen]. s5
Set of six, "Chinese Chairs" of 1943 was the first great work by the legendary Hans Wegner. Of all of Wegner's Ming-inspired chairs, this early design was the most faithful to its classical model. Handmade of cherry wood, these famous chairs are actually very practical, and in use, extremely comfortable.
Risom Lounge Chair. Originally constructed of a birch frame and surplus parachute straps, Jens Risom’s iconic Lounge Chair (1943) made the best of the few materials available during WWII. Born in Copenhagen in 1916 and emigrated to the U.S. in 1939, Jens Risom made Danish modernism an important part of U.S. design. In 1941, he joined forces with fellow Danish émigré Hans Knoll, who soon launched his famous company with 20 pieces of furniture, 15 of which were designed by Risom.
ecofirstart - The Egg Chair in the manner by Hans Olsen, Blue - A simple asymmetrical 'Fried Egg' Chair, in upholstery with a generous right arm and solid teak dowel leg frame. upholstery can be customed. Although Olsen was a student of Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy's Furniture School from 1941 to 1943, he belongs to a group of Danish furniture designers who chose to experiment with both form and materials. In 1953, he set up his own studio where he designed and produced a series…
Hans Theo Baumann (1924) The Swiss designer Hans Theo Baumann served an apprenticeship as a textile technician before studying from 1943 to 1946 at the Akademie der bildenden Künste in Dresden and subsequently studying graphic design and interior decoration at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel. www.roomsofart.com