- Volume m3 :1.1153
- Width : 93 cm
- Height : 107 cm
- Depth : 102 cm
- Designers :Hans J. Wegner
- Frame :Wood frame
- Legs :Stainless steel
- Suspension :Webbing on seat and back
- Filling :Silk smooth foam
- Fabric :Semi aniline leather
- Care :1.Vacuum the piece of furniture thoroughly, be sure to use the soft brush attachment to avoid scatching the leather. 2.Always move furniture by lifting. Dragging or pushing can damage fixings and affect stability.
- Assembly :Fully Assembled
- Award winning design from 1960
- Available in 6 different colours of soft cashmere, classic or premium leather
- 30 days free returns
Settle down into the ergonomic comfort of our Wegner style Wing Chair and let your worries fly away. Staying true to the original blueprint, our Wing Chair is angled in such a way that your body can't help but relax. This comfortable armchair is upholstered in either luxury cashmere or top grain aniline leather, which has a natural appearance that improves with age. The tubular legs are made from polished stainless steel. The chair comes in a wide range of colours to suit every taste.
THE STORY BEHIND THE HANS J. WEGNER WING CHAIR
Hans J. Wegner created the Wing Chair in 1960 and it has since become one of the designer's most celebrated works. It has won several international awards including, a classic innovation award for its timeless appeal at the IMM Cologne furniture fair in 2006.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
HANS J. WEGNER
Danish furniture designer, Hans J. Wegner was a pioneer of Organic Functionality, which seamlessly merged natural shapes with practical applications. His designs significantly contribute to the international popularity of mid-century Danish design. In his lifetime he designed over 500 different chairs, over 100 of which were put into mass production and many became design icons. His most iconic designs include the Y Chair, the CH07 Lounge Chair, the Ox Chair, the Style Hoop Chair, The Chair and the Wing Chair.
"A chair is to have no backside. It should be beautiful from all sides and angles."
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