Smile Chair

CH07 painted
CH07-Hali-beige-red-angle
  • height 74 cm
  • width 92 cm
  • depth 81 cm
  • seat height 38 cm

lead time 6 – 8 weeks

Chairs without grain structure are produced in beech

Chairs with grain structure are produced in oak

 
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Hans J Wegner photograph

The Shell Chair (CH07) was designed in 1963 in a number of versions. Originally Wegner’s ideas for the legs and upholstery were different from how the chair looks today.

Wegner was not unfamiliar with the use of moulded plywood shells. Back in 1947-48 he had worked on the prototype of a two-piece shell chair for a design competition sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, but the chair was never put in production.

RefHans J. Wegner. A Nordic Design Icon from Tønder. Edited by Anne Blond.

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