Finn Juhl France Chair

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Once known as the FJ 136, the France Chair was originally designed by Finn Juhl in 1956. The influential Danish architect created the seating piece for France & Son, a British company that’s known for industrializing Danish furniture manufacturing and for helping solidify Denmark’s place in the design world. Juhl was a pioneer on his own, and became a powerhouse figure in the Danish Modern movement of the time. At this year’s Salone Del Mobile in Milan, Onecollection relaunched the iconic chair and is producing it in Denmark while staying true to the original model. When it was first designed, it was created to be a high-quality, industrial produced product that could be sold flat-packed. Today, it’s delivered fully-assembled and is available in oak, beech, or stained wood with a variety of fabrics and leathers.

Photo: Courtesy of OneCollection 

Written by Paige Alexus / Dwell
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