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  • GBP  228.00
  • Designed by Japanese studio nendo for Fritz Hansen, the N02 Recycle Chairís shell is crafted using plastic waste that is collected, processed and upcycled in central Europe. The benefit of this material is that it can be recycled in the future, if necessary. The shell itself was inspired by a simple crease of paper spotted on a work table and rests on a chromed steel base.

  • GBP  368.00
  • First produced in 1955, the Series 7 3107 Chair is the culmination of architect and designer Arne Jacobsenís experimentation with pressure moulded, laminated furniture. The swooping curves along the silhouette. Resting on dainty, but highly strong, chromed tubular steel legs this space-age design can be easily stacked. To finish, a beautifully textured lacquer is applied in a variety of colours.

  • GBP  596.00
  • A ubiquitous design that still grabs your attention, the best-selling Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair, first produced in 1955 by Arne Jacobsen is one of the most enduring designs of the 20th century. A t mirror those of the seat, while a pinched, cutaway waistline on the lower back provides a graceful silhouette. To finish, this chair is upholstered in vibrant Italian velvet in a variety of colours.

  • GBP  265.00
  • A visionary design that looks as if it had just landed yesterday, the Fritz Hansen Drop Chair by Arne Jacobsen gives life to a forgotten masterpiece. Originally designed in 1958 and produced in limit S Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the design was then virtually forgotten for over 50 years. Re-launched by Fritz Hansen in 2014, the chair combines pure, Nordic sensibility with a playful colour palette.

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  • GBP  2596.00
  • Taking inspiration from iconic Fritz Hansen furniture, the curvaceous Ro Easy chair by Jaime Hayůn is a contemporary lounger to lose yourself in. The swooping lines and cutaway silhouette of the Ro are influenced by iconic Arne Jacobsen designs such as the Egg and Swan chairs, both of which are exclusively produced by Danish furniture manufacturers Fritz Hansen.

  • GBP  2558.00
  • The smooth curved outline and rounded edging of the table top is inspired by vintage Scandinavian pieces, fitting perfectly with Fritz Hansen's range of classic designs. Providing neat points in whic ater option is closer to an elongated, octagonal form.For the base, a set of four solid oak legs are finished in black or oak to highlight the natural indentation of the wood as it catches the light.

  • GBP  253.00
  • An innovative use of plastic moulding, this tear-shaped chair is formed from a pod-like shell that preceded popular space age design of the 1960s. This futuristic feel is accentuated further by thin contemporary colours makes this highly original design the model chair for up-to-date interiors, especially when paired with an industrial inspired desk or grouped around a mid-century dining table.

  • GBP  228.00
  • Designed by Japanese studio nendo for Fritz Hansen, the N02 Recycle Chairís shell is crafted using plastic waste that is collected, processed and upcycled in central Europe. The benefit of this material is that it can be recycled in the future, if necessary. The shell itself was inspired by a simple crease of paper spotted on a work table and rests on a chromed steel base.

  • GBP  368.00
  • First produced in 1955, the Series 7 3107 Chair is the culmination of architect and designer Arne Jacobsenís experimentation with pressure moulded, laminated furniture. The swooping curves along the silhouette. Resting on dainty, but highly strong, chromed tubular steel legs this space-age design can be easily stacked. To finish, a beautifully textured lacquer is applied in a variety of colours.

  • GBP  596.00
  • A ubiquitous design that still grabs your attention, the best-selling Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair, first produced in 1955 by Arne Jacobsen is one of the most enduring designs of the 20th century. A t mirror those of the seat, while a pinched, cutaway waistline on the lower back provides a graceful silhouette. To finish, this chair is upholstered in vibrant Italian velvet in a variety of colours.

  • GBP  265.00
  • A visionary design that looks as if it had just landed yesterday, the Fritz Hansen Drop Chair by Arne Jacobsen gives life to a forgotten masterpiece. Originally designed in 1958 and produced in limit S Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the design was then virtually forgotten for over 50 years. Re-launched by Fritz Hansen in 2014, the chair combines pure, Nordic sensibility with a playful colour palette.

  • GBP  368.00
  • The monochrome Trieste blue Series 7 Chair from Fritz Hansen is one of the most enduring 20th-century designs. First designed in 1955 by mid-century modern master Arne Jacobsen, the chair is a truly ign. The Series 7 Chair is the culmination of intense experimentation with pressure-moulded wood. This technique is still used to craft the chairís swooping curves and the pinched, cutaway waistline.

  • GBP  3410.00
  • The epitome of Scandinavian style, the Fritz Hansen Essay Dining Table by Cecilie Manz effortlessly pairs natural solid wood with simple modernist form to create this communal and contemporary design d platform gives the appearance that the table is gently hovering above the frame.Available in a choice of natural oak or walnut, and a black lacquered ash version, each table features a Fritz Hansen

  • GBP  253.00
  • An innovative use of plastic moulding, this tear-shaped chair is formed from a pod-like shell that preceded popular space age design of the 1960s. This futuristic feel is accentuated further by thin contemporary colours makes this highly original design the model chair for up-to-date interiors, especially when paired with an industrial inspired desk or grouped around a mid-century dining table.

  • GBP  228.00
  • Designed by Japanese studio nendo for Fritz Hansen, the N02 Recycle Chairís shell is crafted using plastic waste that is collected, processed and upcycled in central Europe. The benefit of this material is that it can be recycled in the future, if necessary. The shell itself was inspired by a simple crease of paper spotted on a work table and rests on a chromed steel base.