&Tradition Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak
&Tradition Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak
&Tradition Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak
&Tradition Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak
&Tradition Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak
&Tradition Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak

Little Petra lounge chair and pouf, Moonlight - white oiled oak

&Tradition

5,054.00€

&Tradition
Little Petra lounge chair and pouf
5,054.00€


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Description

&Tradition’s Little Petra lounge chair and pouf charm with their compact size, flowing silhouette and soft sheepskin upholstery. The petite, friendly chair and pouf are a lovable example of the Danish funkis style of the 1930s.

Designed by the Danish architect Viggo Boesen and named after his mother-in-law, Little Petra was first introduced at Copenhagen Cabinetmakers Guild Exhibition in 1938. As only a small number of chairs was manufactured at the time, it became a sought-after piece only available at auctions. Nowadays Little Petra belongs to &Tradition's assortment and can be enjoyed by all design enthusiasts around the globe.

Colour
Light beige, white oiled oak
Width
79 cm
Depth
83 cm
Height
75 cm
Seat depth
55 cm
Seat height
40 cm
Measurement details
Pouf: width 53 cm, depth 53 cm, height 37, weight 5,1 kg
Frame material
Solid beech, plywood
Seat cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Backrest cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Upholstery fabric
Scandilock Moonlight Curly 17 mm: Australian sheepskin with curly character and high density. Highly suited to furniture upholstery and furnishings. The skin is naturally curly but the structure of the wool can vary both with regard to the curls and the colour tones.
Base material
Solid oak
Weight
20 kg
Notes
The legs are fitted with felt glides as standard.

Viggo Boesen

Viggo Boesen was a Danish architect who had a great influence on the Danish functionalism of the 1930s and 1940s. The most essential elements in his work were the use of rattan and different upholsteries, that gave a light and organic touch for his furniture and other designs. One of his best known pieces is the awarded Fox lounge chair, which was made of rattan and released in 1936.

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  • No use of endangered species as materials
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