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Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat
Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat
Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat
Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat
Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat
Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat
Carl Hansen & Søn AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat

AH603S seat cushion, Agora Life Oat

Carl Hansen & Søn


Carl Hansen & Søn
AH603S seat cushion

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  • Climate-compensated deliveries
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This seat cushion is designed for Carl Hansen & Søn’s AH603 deck chair from the AH Outdoor series. The furniture itself can be used with or without the cushion – it just adds a bit of extra comfort. The quilted cushion is made of a durable outdoor textile and finished with nifty straps to hold it in place.

A back cushion is available separately.

Recycled and waterproof textile
Agora Life Oat 1760: 78% solution-dyed acrylic, 22% recycled solution-dyed acrylic.
Fluorine free finish and a high degree of durability.
HR foam
17.52 in (44.5 cm)
21.85 in (55.5 cm)
0.98 in (2.5 cm)
Removable cover
This seat cushion is suitable for AH603 Outdoor deck chair. Back cushion sold separately.
Care instructions
Remove loose dirt with a soft brush or vacuum cleaner. Use a mild soap solution to clean the fabric.

Alfred Homann

Danish Alfred Homann (1948–2022) was an award-winning architect and designer who conceived museums, railway stations and other public buildings as well as private homes during his career. Known for his unadorned and functional style, Homann designed not only buildings but also furniture – he collaborated with the likes of prestigious furniture brand Carl Hansen & Søn. Homann also designed several lighting models, but exclusively for lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen.

Alfred Homann graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1976. Already during his studies, he worked under several Danish and American architects, but two years after his graduation – when he was 30 years old – he decided to found his first very own design studio. In addition to his studio in Copenhagen, Homann also worked in the United States during his career, where he had a design agency called Homann Design Inc. between 1987 and 1995.

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  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
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