Office strict selection | The secrets of classic seats are popular to this day
Earlier, Yan Xuanguan has shared several classic casual chairs with popular so far. Today, I will continue to introduce a classic work from Arne Jacobsen, a famous Danish designer Arne Jacobsen.
Arne Jacobsen 1902-1971, a famous Danish architect, a master of industrial products and indoor furniture design.
The egg chair was designed in 1957 by Arnold Jacobson, which was named because it reminded of the organic shape of semi -open eggs.
This is a work designed for Copenhagen Royal Rayson Hotel Hall. The project aims to use furniture to create a charming, relaxed, intimacy, and exquisite and unique atmosphere.
Arnold Jacobson developed the perfect shape of eggshells with the eyes of the sculptor. It is both harmonious and beautiful. Hotels, company headquarters and movies and advertising activities.
The egg chair uses high -quality materials and selects fabrics or leather for interior. It is novel to make solid plastic shells with cold foaming. Deep classic iconic form.
Since 1958, Danish manufacturer Fritz Hansen is the only manufacturer of many works of Arnold Jacobson.
In 1958, the swan chair is also the same
Designed by Arnold Jacobson as the rest area of the Royal Royn Royal Hotel Copenhagen. This is a luxurious and comfortable casual chair, which perfectly reflects the free lifestyle in the 1960s.
The armrests of the swan chair and the majestic body -shaped birds are made of plastic and polyurethane foam, and the high -quality fabric or leather cushions are put on the rotating star aluminum base. Move and tilt.
The swan chair ensures the comfort and relaxation of the family, friends or colleagues, and is suitable for placing in the living room, family office, company reception area or hotel lobby.
The prototype of the swan chair and egg chair is produced in Arnold Jacobson’s own garage. The chair structure is made of steel and covered with cold foam. Because plastic is more ductantly than plywood, the back is enhanced by glass fibers to enhance the glass fiber The polyurethane is made, and the star -shaped aluminum base forms contrast with the chair body.
Like egg chairs and swan chairs, water drop chairs are also designed and arranged for the Royal Royal Royal Hotel Copenhagen in 1958. The name of the water droplet chair is derived from the water -shaped seat shell, which was only produced in small batches of the hotel.
More than 50 years later, Danish manufacturer Fritz Hansen began to produce water drops in batches. Initially, it was only produced by full -pads, and now it is also produced. In addition, in order to obtain the best seat comfort, you can provide a matching cushion separately.
The ant chair was developed by Arnold Jacobson in 1951 for the cafeteria of Novo Nordisk Pharmaceutical Company, and was put into production in Fritz Hansen a year later.
The inspiration of the ant chair comes from the ant -shaped ants, which shows the narrow part of the lower part of the back.
The simple and elegant appearance of the ant chair is attributed to the shell, which is made of single -board veneer plywood. The process of glue layer enhances the natural characteristics of wood and ensures elasticity and comfort, because the seat shell is suitable for users’ movements. Comfortable, stacked and relatively lighter multi -purpose, ant chairs are also suitable for seat activities in larger rooms.
The seat and back of the ant chair are composed of a single shape, which are cut and pressed into shape by the nine -layer single board; Fritz Hansen has always used mountain hair toast as the core single board, and selects different clear paint wood as the top board. After the seat shell is completed, it is manually connected to the chrome -plated steel frame.
In 2020, Fritz Hansen launched Ant 3101 New Colors with a new modern color tone and a variety of shell frameworks.
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