By Lassen’s Ingeborg easy chair is one of Danish architect Flemming Lassen’s designs from the 1940s. The petite lounge chair is named after Flemming and Mogens Lassen’s mother, artist Ingeborg Winding.

Typical of the designer, the chair is simultaneously beautiful and sculptural yet also extremely functional: thanks to its small size, the petite, graceful chair can be placed anywhere without it dominating its surroundings. The charming easy chair is upholstered in genuine sheepskin, making its inviting seat even more cosy – like a mother’s warm embrace!

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Ingeborg lounge chair, Offwhite sheepskin - smoked oak



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White, smoked oak
81 cm
76 cm
76 cm
Seat height
40 cm
Seat width
60 cm
Frame material
Plywood, hardwood, cardboard
Seat cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Backrest cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Upholstery fabric
Scandilock Offwhite 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 color tones.
Base material
Smoked oak
Leg height
21 cm
20 kg

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Flemming Lassen

Flemming Lassen (1902-1984) was a Danish architect and one of the pioneers of Danish functionalism. He is best known for his buildings designed in collaboration with Arne Jacobsen as well as his internationally renowned furniture, some of which have been relaunched by the design company By Lassen founded by Lassen’s relatives. Perhaps the best known of Flemming Lassen’s designs is The Tired Man chair designed in 1935 for a competition held by the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild.

Born into an artistic family, Flemming Lassen knew already at a young age that he wanted to become an architect, as did his brother Mogens. Flemming’s international breakthrough came at the end of 1920s when he won a competition held by the Federation of Danish Architects with his design for the House of the Future created in collaboration with Arne Jacobsen. The two continued their partnership also later in their careers.

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