Hans J. Hans Wegner began his career as a cabinet maker. After studying at the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts he worked as a furniture designer under Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller. Hans Wegner is regarded as one of the most innovative Danish furniture designers, as well as with helping to make Danish design popular internationally.
The Hans Wegner Shell Chair enables you to own this piece of history in your own home. With a celebrated design and impressive quality, this chair makes a welcomed addition to any home. Its impeccable accuracy and attention to detail will not go unnoticed in your home. The Hans Wegner Shell Chair is upholstered in fabric. Choose from a variety of types and colors of fabric to best match the look of your home.
The Coconut Lounge Chair can be uniquely used in multiple seating positions. It was intended it to allow freedom of movement while remaining truly comfortable, a goal clearly achieved by this chair's brilliant design. The Coconut Lounge Chair makes an excellent addition to any room of your home, as it seamlessly combines the best in both form and function. Its recognizable design has already enjoyed true staying power and the Coconut Lounge Chair will continue to be a favorite as it enhances your home.
More than a quality reproduction, this Eero Aarnio Ball Chair is customizable. It can be upholstered in your choice of fabric and color. Our Ball chairs have been used to promote brands, draw attention to trade show displays, furnish commercial and public spaces. You can also add unique statement in your home with your very own version of the Eero Aarnio Ball Chair.
Eero Aarnio is an internationally known designer for his ground-breaking contributions to modern interior design. In 1962, following his studies at the Institute of Art in Helsinki, Finland, he began his own business. Shortly after, he created his celebrated Ball Chair design in 1963. The Ball Chair is among his most admired designs, and has been featured in numerous films, television shows, magazines and other media outlets, both in the past and in present day. More than the pioneer of countless innovative designs, Aarnio can be credited with inspiring an entire generation of designers.
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Inmod has been selling reproduction Ball Chairs since 2003, and nobody knows ball chairs better than us. Inmod's reputation early on was built on the attention we pay to accuracy, especially with regard to the Ball Chair, which has long been our best selling furniture item. But as the demand for Ball Chairs has grown in recent years, so has the demand for affordability. To satisfy both needs, Inmod has developed the highest quality, most accurate reproduction on the market, period.
The Saarinen Womb Chair is one of the most well-known pieces of 20th century design, and is made for relaxation and comfort. Designed for comfort, there is no chair more soothing than the Saarinen Womb Chair. In addition to its impeccable comfort, the Saarinen Womb Chair's design is impossible to ignore. It's testament to both Saarinen's skill and challenging of rules, the result of which is this true icon of design.
This Saarinen Womb Chair is a highly accurate reproduction of the Saarinen original, offering exceptional quality and attention to detail. This chair can be customized to fit the look of your home.
The Phantom Stacking Arm Chair blurs the lines between modern and Victorian. Its old-world medallion shaped back and traditionally styled contours is cleverly contrasted by an unmistakably modern sleekness that also blurs the lines between ornate and minimalistic. It is a genre-defying conversation piece that skillfully conforms to its surroundings. Its elegant translucent finish amicably reveals and reflects its environment while its refractive qualities accentuate the beauty of its own form.
The Phantom Stacking Arm Chair is constructed through way of a cutting edge manufacturing process in which the chair is created entirely from a single piece of injected-molded polycarbonate. Available in a spectrum of on-trend tones and pop colors, the Phantom is an aesthetically-versatile, fully-adaptive, conveniently stackable arm chair well-suited to living and dining spaces, banquet halls, restaurants and a wide variety of public spaces.
Jacobsen worked as both an architect and designer. Together with another designer he produced the Ant and Series 7 Chair in 1952, propelling both his and Hansen's names into furniture history. In 1958, Arne Jacobsen introduced the Egg Chair, Swan Chair, and Swan Sofa to the world when he designed the lobby and reception areas of the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The Jacobsen Swan Chair was technologically innovative at its time, featuring all curves and no straight lines. This innovation combined with its unique look helped to make the Jacobsen Swan Chair the popular piece it remains today.
The Jacobsen Swan Chair adds a unique complement to your living area while offering a truly comfortable seat in which to relax. This chair works great with other mid-century inspired pieces, and adds a cool accent to modern décor as well.
Hoffman first presented his now infamous armchair at the International Exhibition in Buenos Aires in 1910. It has since enjoyed much popularity, remaining a favorite among fans of modern design today. This chair has a geometric composition based on the square, a common element seen in both Hoffman's architectural and furniture designs.
Charles-douard Jeanneret-Gris, known as Le Corbusier, is considered one of the pioneers of what is now known as modern architecture. He was a pioneer in the study of modern high design, and enjoyed a career that spanned five decades.
In addition to its great style, the Le Corbusier Grand Chair provides true comfort. It features thick seat and back cushions made of multi density foam, offering the perfect place to relax. Pair the Le Corbusier Grand Chair with its matching loveseat and sofa for a complete living room solution.
The Luft Side Chair is about creative freedom. It takes inspiration from a classic design and brings it someplace that is new and interesting. The result is a design that is so naturally cohesive that its literal abstraction of Eero Saarinen's Tulip Chair seat is almost illusory and hidden from plain view. The Luft Side Chair proves that with a fresh perspective a modern classic can be reinterpreted and given new life.
The Luft Side Chair re-imagines The Tulip Chair as a modern Danish design that digs deeper into its own lineage. Its solid European Beech wood base features a subtle wood grain and natural finish that provides a characteristically Scandinavian accent to its sleek softly-matted white seat. Its padded leatherette seat provides the layer of comfort and support you need to cherish this design for its function as well as its form.
Poul Kjaerholm was known for his use of various construction materials, especially steel, which he considered to be a natural material. Kjaerholm studied at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts, after which he worked briefly for another designer creating several noteworthy prototypes. Much of his furniture was designed for his own home, yet its innovative look earned it international attention. The Kjaerholm Leather Easy Chair even remains popular today, with a sleek look that works great with contemporary décor.
The Kjaerholm Leather Easy Chair features a brushed stainless steel frame and is available with your choice of leather. Its minimalist look works great with a low sofa or other mid-century-inspired pieces. It also fits in wonderfully with today's contemporary décor.
The Norman Bentwood Chair adds a retro-inspired look to any space, offering undeniable charm and style. These chairs also work great around your dining table. The Norman Bentwood Chair is strong but lightweight making it convenient too. Its quality allows this chair to be passed down from one generation to the next.
Xavier Pauchard was one who understood raw materials and designed his iconic Marais A Chair (aka Tolix Chair) out of galvanized steel, using a construction process that required 100 manual operations. Since it's conception in 1934, the famed bistro chair design is more popular than ever, and can be seen in homes, cafes, restaurants and offices all over the world. Now, over 80 years later, The Bastille Cafe Stacking Chair is manufactured using the same techniques applied in the original construction, built to virtually the same specification and is available in more colors than ever before. From metallic finishes like silver & copper, to trendy pop hues, coated in zinc for protection against rust, the Bastille is well situated in any indoor or outdoor space.
The most prolific Danish designer to date, Hans Wegner has designed more than 500 different chairs. He is regarded as one of the most innovative Danish furniture designers, and credited with helping to make Danish design popular internationally. The debut of this chair at the Cabinetmakers Guild of Copenhagen marked a turning point in Hans Wegner's career. From this point on Hans Wegner's name became known in the industry and his work constant in demand.
The Hans Wegner Peacock Chair features a woven cord seat and a solid wood frame that is available in your choice of finish. It works well in any room of your home, offering both a comfortable seat and a widely admired design.
Eero Saarinen is one of the 20th century's most well known and respected designers. He is known for his ability to adapt his style to each specific project, and for designing in terms of setting rather than form. His Tulip Chair is the perfect example of this, as its shape was created to fix what he saw to be a problem in many dining rooms. This chair earned much recognition, receiving the 1969 Museum of Modern Art Award, and remains just as popular today.
The Saarinen Tulip Side Chairs bring this acclaimed design into your home. It works great to add a hint of retro flair to your dining table, or as occasional seating in your living room or home office. The Saarinen Tulip Side Chair is also customizable, enabling you to own a classic that fits in perfectly with your current décor. Its upholstered cushion is available in your choice of leather or fabric, with a great selection of colors to choose from. Its frame is made of fiberglass and met by a painted cast aluminum base.
One of the most intriguing things about the Bertoia Side Chair is the disparity between its delicate, airy appearance and its actual strength and remarkable durability. This statuesque chair will also surprise you with its comfort. The Bertoia Side Chair makes an excellent addition to any room of your home, with a timeless look that has already proven to have remarkable staying power.
The Prouve Standard Chair is a high quality reproduction of Jean Prouve's original designed in 1930. This mid-century inspired chair is most well known for its aeronautic style rear legs. Combining innovative style with impressive durability, the Prouve Standard Chair works well in practically any setting.
This high quality reproduction is made of plywood and is complemented by a powder coated steel frame. Use this chair in any room of your home, at the office, or anywhere else your creativity takes you. Its look is recognizable yet distinct and sophisticated, and its quality is sure to impress.
Inmod's Bastille Cafe Armchair is an accurate reproduction of Jean Pauchard's iconic Marais A56 Armchair, and is available in an industrial-inspired gunmetal finish. Its classic finish, as well as its construction techniques remain faithful to those of the original. Ideal for residential and commercial use, the Bastille Cafe Armchair is a stylish win-win for homes, cafes & dining establishments alike.
In 1934, Xavier Pauchard designed what would become the quintessential industrial cafe chair, the Marais A Chair (manufactured by Tolix), and what was originally introduced into Parisian cafes, restaurants and offices, over time became one of the most recognized icons in 20th century mainstream design worldwide. Xavier passed away in 1948, and his son Jean, following in his footsteps, designed the Marais A56 (named for the year he designed it). While his father brought galvanized steel furniture manufacturing to France decades before, through an intricate process comprised of 100 manual operations, Jean's creation was an armchair to compliment his father's. Over 80 years after the introduction of the Marais concept, both chairs have enjoyed worldwide recognition and a recent growth in popularity, thanks to a global revival of appreciation in industrial design & decor. If the times prove one thing, it's that the Marais Chairs are timeless.
Considered one of his most well-known chairs, the Hans Wegner CH24 Wishbone Chair remains popular today. Its design is easily recognizable and makes a great addition to your home. While its look seems simple, a closer look reveals an elegantly curved back and legs. It's this attention to detail that helped this chair to become so popular. You can expect the same great quality and unparalleled attention to detail in our Wishbone Chair.
The Hans Wegner CH24 Wishbone Chair brings an admired look into your home, and is also uniquely customizable. Its solid wood frame is available in five different finishes, enabling you to choose which best matches your current furniture and décor. It is also available in your choice of a classic woven wood-cord seat, or upholstered in leather. Several types of colors of leather are available.
After years of experimentation with the medium, the original Plywood Dining Chair design was introduced to the furniture market in the 1940s. This new medium (which had previously been used primarily as a building material) presented huge opportunity because it proved to be a versatile material well-suited for mass-produced designs. As a result of suburban expansion post-WWII, a generation of new homes had been built and the inspiration fueled the birth of what is now known as the mid-century style. This design proved so revolutionary that Times Magazine awarded it "Best Design of the 20th Century" in 1999.
Our Plywood Dining Chair with Wood Legs is based on the original design (known as the "Molded Plywood Dining Chair Wood Base" or "DCW") which debuted over half-a-century ago and it stays true to its revolutionary production techniques. Like the original, it is constructed of layered bent hardwood. Improving upon the original, it is available in various high quality, American FSC-certified wood veneers, making it an eco-friendly choice with iconic style. Its solid construction provides an unparalleled level of quality and an exceptional value for any mid-century or modern dining space. Its smooth contoured seat and back provide form-fitting support that also make the Plywood Dining Chair with Wood Legs a practical choice as a stylish, medium use desk chair.
The development of plywood goods, such as splints & stretchers, during WWII served as inspiration for a new revolution in furniture design post-war. Experimentations with bent plywood gave way to new organic forms that could be mass produced affordably. The Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Legs is an accurate replica of an iconic, known as the Molded Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Base (AKA LCW). It was designed 1948 design and was awarded by Time Magazine as "Best Design of the 20th Century" in 1999.
Our Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Legs stays remains faithful to the original, which debuted over half-a-century ago and stays true to its production techniques. Like the original, it is constructed of layered bent Plywood. Improving upon it, it is available in various high quality, American FSC-certified wood veneers, making it an eco-friendly choice with authentic mid-century styling. Its solid construction provides outstanding durability and hence, an exceptional value for any mid-century or modern living space.
In 1948 debuted a molded chair concept at MoMA's International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design. The result of much experimentation with molded forms for years, its capabilities offered fresh new design and great value. The organic shapes the medium allowed for were well-suited for mass-production, could be made affordably and could offer form-fitting comfort. The Molded Fiberglass Dowel-Leg Armchair (DFAW) became an instant hit and an icon of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Inmod's Molded Fiberglass Arm Chair with Wood Legs is a premium reproduction that accurately reflects the original design, as well as the quality, styling and specifications. It is stocked in the most popular configurations and can be ordered in your choice of fiberglass color, base color and seat finish (matte or glossy). Each detail that made the original iconic has been preserved, with no expense spared.
The Molded Fiberglass Side Chair with Wood Legs (DFSW) takes customizable mid-century design to new heights. In addition to our handpicked stocked models (black or white seat in your choice of glossy or matte finish atop an wood dowel base with FSC-Certified solid wood legs), this modern reproduction can be built exactly how you envision. Select any combination of fiberglass color, seat & wood finish and steel wires to create a classic that is uniquely you. Based on one of the most popular chair designs in modern history (known as the "Molded Fiberglass Dowel-Leg Side Chair" or "DFSW", the Molded Fiberglass Side Chair with Wood Legs is a highly accurate replica built to stand the test of time, that will meet the demands of heavy use in a residential or commercial space. Whether you choose from our stocked inventory or design it yourself, the Molded Fiberglass Side Chair with Wood Legs is every bit as practical as it is stylish.
The Hans Wegner Wing Chair is a high quality reproduction of Wenger's original. Hans J. Hans Wegner began his career as a cabinet maker. After studying at the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts he worked as a furniture designer under Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller. Hans Wegner is regarded as one of the most innovative Danish furniture designers, as well as with helping to make Danish design popular internationally.
Our Hans Wegner Wing Chair is not just a modern classic, it's also customizable. This chair comes upholstered in your choice of fabric or leather. There is a great selection of different types and colors of leathers and fabrics to choose from. This enables you to create the perfect look for your unique home and to bring your style vision to life.
Eero Saarinen is one of the 20th century's most well known and respected designers. He is known for his ability to adapt his style to each specific project and for designing in terms of setting rather than form. His Tulip Chair is the perfect example of this, as it was created not to be aesthetically pleasing but to fix what he saw to be a problem. This chair earned Saarinen much recognition, including the 1969 Museum of Modern Art Award. It remains popular today, adding a distinct and recognizable complement to the modern home.
The Saarinen Tulip Chair lets you customize your own version of this modern classic. Its upholstered cushion is available in your choice of fabric or leather, with great choices available in each. The Saarinen Tulip Chair is great for adding a hint of retro style to the kitchen, living room, or anywhere else that needs something new.
The Le Corbusier Le Chaise is a high quality, highly accurate reproduction of Le Corbusier's original. With impeccable attention to detail, this chaise will please even the most selective. Its look is easily recognizable and widely admired. The Le Corbusier Le Chaise will add a distinct look to your home and work perfectly among your modern décor.
The Molded Plastic Eiffel Side Chair with Wood Legs faithfully recreates one of the most iconic designs of mid-20th century. Inspired by a modern classic that has continued to successfully gain popularity since its birth in the 1950's (commonly referred to as the "Molded Plastic Dowel-Leg Side Chair", "DSW" & "Shell Chair"), our accurate reproduction is stocked in an array of handpicked colors to suit any space. Sturdy and lightweight, the Molded Plastic Eiffel Side Chair with Wood Legs is a perfect choice for your dining room, establishment or home office (as a stylish & fun desk chair).
Legendary husband and wife design team Charles & Ray believed that functional modern design should be available to the masses. They also believed that their role as designers were that of grateful hosts catering to the needs of their guests. Having experimented with molded forms for years, Charles & Ray were keenly aware that the organic shapes achievable offered something new in the furniture industry. Not only could they be mass-produced, but the forms themselves offered something entirely new in design and function. Originally molded from fiberglass, and plastic later, Charles & Ray's Molded Plastic Dowel-Leg Armchair (aka DAW and "shell chair") became a 20th century icon and has embedded itself into the design culture of the 21st century.
Inmod's Molded Armchair with Wood Legs is an accurately interpreted replica that emulates the molded form of the seat, styling & proportioning of its wood & steel wire base down to each intentionally created detail. Like the original, the Molded Plastic Armchair with Wood Legs is constructed of fully recyclable polypropylene. Its authentically styled base is constructed of black powder-coated steel wire and solid beech wood legs. No expense has been spared in creating a quality reproduction you can be proud of and cherish for many years.
Hans J. Hans Wegner is regarded as one of the most innovative Danish furniture designers, and credited with helping to make Danish design popular internationally. He is also the most prolific Danish designer to date, with more than 500 different chair designs. It was with the Hans Wegner Kennedy Arm Chair that he enjoyed his greatest success.
The Hans Wegner Kennedy Arm Chair is customizable, enabling you to perfectly match your existing décor.
The Marais / Tolix design has been interpreted in many ways through experimentation in materials, color and texture. The Bastille Upholstered Cafe Stacking Chair stays true to the original form and construction and features the addition of a comfortable padded seat, wrapped in a leatherette with an aged look and vintage styling, and is accented by a row of distressed brass-colored studs.