Poul Kjaerholm was known for his use of various construction materials, especially steel which he considered to be a natural material. He 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 Rattan Easy Chair brings this celebrated look into your home in a way that works great with your contemporary décor.
The Kjaerholm Rattan Easy Chair features a brushed stainless steel frame with a rattan seat available in your choice of finish. This chair offers a minimalist look that works great with both modern décor and other mid-century inspired pieces. Pair it with a low sofa for a room with great minimalist style.
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.
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.
Verner Panton is considered one of the founders of ultra modern furniture. Panton was a student of legendary designer Arne Jacobsen, and worked among some of the era's most noted designers. He is best known for his distinct, futuristic style, as is seen in this chair. Much of his work remains extremely popular today, proof of the staying power of great design. Also known as the S Chair or Ess Chair, the Panton S Chair has a unique shape that adds instant character to your home.
The Panton S Chair is as much a piece of art as it is a functional piece of furniture. Though its look is statuesque, this chair is surprisingly comfortable and works great paired with a dining table, or as occasional seating in any room of the home or office. The Panton S Chair is made of strong, durable fiberglass. It is available in a variety of colors, so you can best match or contrast your home.
Pierre Paulin began designing furniture for Thonet in 1958, and later became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs. Paulin received many high profile government commissions including interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. The Paulin Slice Chair is one of his most recognizable designs, and has the unique characteristic of taking on different looks when viewed from different visual angles.
The Paulin Slice Chair is available in your choice of fabric. It is perfectly complemented by a polished stainless steel base. This chair has great modern appeal that works as well in today's home as it did when first introduced.
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.
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.
Jean Prouve was an architect, engineer, and designer, credited with transferring manufacturing technology from industry to architecture without losing its aesthetic qualities. Prouve played a crucial role in developing construction techniques using lightweight prefabricated parts, many of which came from the aero and automatic industries. Described by Le Corbusier as combining "the soul of an engineer with that of an architect," Prouve played a crucial role in the development of today's modern furniture and design.
The Prouve Antony Chair offers impeccable quality and attention to detail, and will please even the most selective design fan. Its recognizable look works well in any room of your home, offering the perfect combination of comfort and distinct style.
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.