The Golden Egg Chair - Dark Tan
Inspired by:- Arne Jacobsen
Upon ordering your items will be handcrafted especially for you. This takes time and expertise so we allow 4 -5 weeks for manufacture, quality assurance and packaging. 4 weeks travel to the U.K., and then there’s customs clearance and admin. It’s worth the wait!
|Dispatched Date||Delivered 16-20 weeks|
|Lead Time||10 - 14 Weeks|
|Original Designer||Arne Jacobsen|
|Sample Fabric Color||No|
|Fabric Choice :||No|
|Select Guarantee||As per original Egg Chair|
|Five Years Gurantee||Yes|
|Heading 1||As Per ORiginal Design|
|Heading 2||Complimenting the original designs quality|
|Short Description 2||
As standard the chair has a tilt function restricted slight by an external tightening mechanism as per the photo and swivel on the central axis, packaged to perfection to insure our customer get the quality item expected.
|Short Description 3||No|
|Short Description 4||No|
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- Dimension: Width 89cm, Depth 78cm, Height 106 cm
- Seat Dimension: Height 40.5cm
- Packing Dimension: Width 85cm, Depth 85cm, Height 110cm
- CBM: 0.80 Weight: 25kg
Reproduction The Golden Egg Chair originally designed by Arne Jacobsen circa 1958 the epitome of Danish design for this century originally manufactured with fibreglass therefore being able to create the curves associated with this Mid-Century Danish classic. Designed for the Royal Copenhagen, Denmark this truly made an impact and talking point for the hotel forward thinking designer.Read More Read Less
Reproduction The Golden Egg Chair originally designed by Arne Jacobsen circa 1958 the epitome of Danish design for this century originally manufactured with fibreglass therefore being able to create the curves associated with this Mid-Century Danish classic. Designed for the Royal Copenhagen, Denmark this truly made an impact and talking point for the hotel forward thinking designer.
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Although Jacobsen was first and foremost an architect, his legacy proves that he is more recognized for his furniture and other design works rather than his buildings. Product design came to him through his attention to details and need to design every aspect of his creations. When he was commissioned to design St. Catherine College, he ended up designing the interior and exterior furnishing, door handles, chairs, china, lamps and even the kind of fish for the pond. These finishing touches were in no way secondary to his buildings because they quickly took a life of their own, and have gone on to become a national and international heritage. Jacobsen was known to have collaborated with furniture manufacturer Fritz Hansen for several years but it wasn’t until 1951 that he made a breakthrough into furniture history with the Ant chair, originally designed for Novo pharmaceutical factory, and in 1955, the Series 7 chair. He also created the widely successful Egg chair and the Swan chair for the SAS Royal Hotel in 1958. Other designs include the Swan sofa, Series 3300 chairs, Tongue chair, Dot Stool Model 3170, Pot chair, Giraffe chair and more.
The name Arne Jacobsen is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trademark.