Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen
Carl Hansen & Søn FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen

FK10 Plico chair, oiled oak - natural linen

Carl Hansen & Søn

$2,691.10 $3,166.00

Carl Hansen & Søn
FK10 Plico chair
$2,691.10 $3,166.00


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Description

Carl Hansen & Søn’s FK10 Plico chair charms with its organic expression and extremely light design. Designed by Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm in 1963, the high-back lounge chair is composed of seat and neck cushions upholstered in stitched linen and an easily foldable solid wood frame – Plico takes its name from the Latin word ‘to fold’. The saddle leather armrests are attached to the curved back legs, allowing you to adjust the angle of the backrest to the desired position. The harmonious design is perfected with brass details and skilful joinery.

When designing the Plico chair, the Danish design duo aimed at creating a lounge chair that would take up as little space as possible when folded without compromising on seating comfort. The result shows exceptional skill in the fields of functionality, aesthetics as well as craftsmanship. The graceful lines and timeless, natural appearance make the Plico chair a great choice for larger and smaller lounging areas.

Colour
Oiled oak, beige
Width
74 cm
Depth
85 cm
Height
93.5 cm
Seat height
20 cm
Material
Solid oak, steel, leather, brass
Upholstery fabric
100% linen

Kastholm & Fabricius

Jørgen Kastholm (1931–2007) and Preben Juhl Fabricius (1931–1984) were Danish architects that collaborated from 1961 onwards. Kastholm, a blacksmith, and Fabricius, a cabinet maker, often managed to make the best of their differing backgrounds in their works. Although the collaboration only lasted about ten years and the pair only designed a handful of items, many of them have been chosen to museums as prime examples of Danish modernism.

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