series 7 chair (1955)
The Series 7 ™ chair, designed by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen in 1955 is an icon in the history of furniture and modern design.
Its unique, timeless shape is very versatile, distinctive and elegant at the same time. Composed of 9 layers of pressure-molded wood veneer that guarantees strength, flexibility and durability despite the slim shape. This is the most popular product in the Fritz Hansen chair collection.
The 3107 chair (also called series 7) is a cult object of 20th century design, its prototype is exhibited at the MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The chair was produced in multiple finishes (different natural essences and lacquers in hundreds of colors). The chair has also been developed in infinite variations, with armrests, upholstered, with a single fixed leg, always using the same mold for the seat / back shell.
Series 7 ™, Model 3107, from the first production it has always remained on the market until today, exceeding its first fifty years. It is still used in interior fittings and is among the favorites of the great names in contemporary architecture.
The internal lamination is always beech and the external layer is produced in 9 different veneers: maple, beech, ash, elm, oak, Oregon pine, cherry, walnut or dark stained oak.
Available in different colored finishes: ash color (Lazur) or lacquered in 9 different colors: white, light gray, dark gray, black, yellow, orange, red, petrol blue or sage green.
The base structure is made of 14 mm diameter chromed steel tubes with 4 legs completed by feet in black synthetic material.
Series 7 ™, Model 3107 - Dimensions:
Height: 82 cm
Seat height: 44 cm
Width: 50 cm
Depth: 52 cm
Weight: 4 kg