FREDERICIA The Spanish Chair - Oak Oiled with Cognac Leather Seat
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Designed by Børge Mogensen, 1958
It’s ironic that something called The Spanish Chair would become synonymous with Danish design. However, the origin of its name and its distinctive aesthetic render the chair worthy of its reputation.
Børge Mogensen drew much of his inspiration from traditional chairs of other cultures, such as English Windsor chairs and the Shaker movement in America. In Spain, a traditional way of making furniture involved the use of sturdy leather to construct the seat as part of a wooden structure – hence the name of what went on to become one of Mogensen's most celebrated designs.
Mogensen was an advocate of visual tranquillity, simple lines, strong construction and natural materials that bring an extra dimension of beauty and add to a design's longevity. Principles that supported his belief that good furniture should be enjoyed now and for generations to come.
The Spanish Dining Chair achieves all of that and more. With its Danish accent on function-driven design, durability and the simple, declarative style, it’s a modern classic that’s easy to envision in hotels, restaurants, homes and countless other upscale settings around the globe.
The Spanish Chair has quite a strong presence, with its solid oak construction and sturdy, high-quality leather. Over time, as the leather expands, the adjustable straps can be tightened. Allowing you to sit securely and comfortably from day one – and for the rest of your life. One of Mogensen’s most celebrated designs, it reflects his unique angle on modernity.
Lounge chair of solid wood and saddle leather. interchangeable seat and back made
in vegetable tanned saddle leather with metal buckles. Leather seat has canvas
backing. Saddle straps can be tightened as the leather expands through use.
Seat: Exclusive Saddle Leather
W: 82.5 cm D: 60 cm H: 67 cm
Seat Height: 33 cm, Weight 12 kg
Fredericia offers a five-year warranty against manufacturing and construction defects. Defects and deficiencies
in and damage to materials, covers and finishing as well as damage caused by inappropriate use and the like
are not covered by the warranty. The warranty does not cover leather, fabrics or other materials ordered
separately by the customer.
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