- Special 50th anniversary edition
- Made from premium Italian leather
- Volume m3 : 0.7200
- Width : 87,5 cm
- Height : 105,5 cm
- Depth : 78 cm
- Seating height : 40,5 cm
- Designers :Arne Jacobsen
- 30 days free returns
The Golden Egg Chair was introduced in 2008 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen'smasterpiece. This jubilee edition is hand-covered with a golden Italian leather front and smooth suede back. It's supported by an exclusive gold cross base and can be swiveled and tilted into preferred positions. Embracing the organic, timeless shape of the original design, the Golden Egg's free-flowing curves offer the user a cosy, private space to relax. The ultimate statement piece, the Golden Egg Chair is an elegant celebration of one the most important figures in 20th century design. For maximum comfort and style, combine it with the matching?Golden Egg Stool. Please note our chair does not have a return function and cannot be locked in a backwards tilted position.
The story behind the Jacobsen Golden Egg Chair
Arne Jacobsen created the Egg Chair in 1958 for the lobby of the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. Its unique proportions and comfortable form soon gained worldwide attention and the Egg became one of the most iconic designs of the 20th century. Arne Jacobsen is renowned for being a highly influential modern furniture designer. His combination of minimalist Scandinavian style and a Nordic love of naturalism is still inspiring new generations of up-and-coming designers. The Golden Egg is a fitting tribute to the grandfather of Danish modernism and a new addition to his legacy.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Arne Jacobsen was one of Denmark’s most influential modern designers and a pioneer of minimalist Danish style. Part genius, part visionary, his creations included furniture, lighting, textiles and silverware. But he is best known for his elegant yet functional chair designs, the most famous of these being The Egg Chair, The Swan Chair, The Series 7 Chair and The Ant Chair. All Arne Jacobsen products complement each other perfectly, allowing you to mix, match and create your own unique style.
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