12 X Scandinavian Chairs By Kai Kristiansen 1960

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Kai Kristiansen model 42 Scandinavian chair

Solid rosewood chair designed by Kai Kristiansen. The model 42 was designed for Schou Andersen in the 1950s.

Also known as the “Z-chair” due to the shape of its armrests, this chair’s back is nicely rounded providing interesting visual contrast and comfortable seating.

Set of 12 dining chairs, entirely restored in our workshop and upholstered with high-end bouclé fabric.

Denmark circa 1960

  • Material: Rosewood
  • Length: 53 cm
  • Width: 47 cm
  • Height: 74 cm h.s. 45 cm

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Material
Rosewood
Assise
High-end bouclé fabric
Dossier
High-end bouclé fabric
Width
47 cm
Length
53 cm
Height
74 cm
Period
20th century
Place of Origin
Denmark
Condition
Restored in our workshop
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  • 12 X Scandinavian Chairs By Kai Kristiansen 1960
  • Tables and chairs Kai Kristiansen

    Kai Kristiansen is a Danish furniture designer. After his furniture making apprenticeship in 1948 he was accepted at the Academy of Fine Arts. In the mid 50's he opened his own design office and collaborated with Schou Andersen for whom he designed the famous chair number 42. After a 60-years career, he still inspires us today.

  • 12 X Scandinavian Chairs By Kai Kristiansen 1960
  • 12 X Scandinavian Chairs By Kai Kristiansen 1960