GETAMA - Ditzel Ring Chair - Kvadrat "Clay" with Walnut Oiled Leg
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Design By: Nanna Ditzel 1958
Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel began working for the industrial cabinetmaker Poul Kold in Kerteminde in 1954, a collaboration that lasted for many years and resulted in a wide range of furniture, including the expressive Ring Chair.
The large circular padded backrest offers the seated person a multitude of possible positions.
Frame: solid wood | Seat/back: foam, down
Frame Material: Walnut, Oiled
Seat Material: Kvadrat / Sahco "Clay" Colour #16
Dimensions L85 x P71 x H70 m – Seat height 43 cm
Nanna Ditzel is an iconic figure in Danish mid-century design. She worked as a cabinetmaker before graduating from the School of Arts and Crafts and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 1946.
Ditzel went on to design timeless furniture, jewelry and textiles, many of which are still in production today.
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