6 Historic Furniture Collaborations
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- Four straight legs and a round seat are CNC-milled out of solid beech, bolt holes and all, ready for fixing to the punched and painted steel.
This Hans J. Wegner design was originally created in 1956 and released by Carl Hansen and Son in 2005. The chair is stackable, and suitable as either a dining or a desk chair. The seat of this chair is made of molded veneer, and is available upholstered in fabric or leather.