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Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak
Paustian Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak

Arctander chair with armrest, Offwhite sheepskin - lacquered oak

Paustian

$7,200.00

Paustian
Arctander chair with armrest
$7,200.00


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Colour
Off white, oak
Width
25.59 in (65 cm)
Depth
34.25 in (87 cm)
Height
30.31 in (77 cm)
Seat height
13.39 in (34 cm)
Frame material
Steel
Seat cushion
PUR foam
Upholstery fabric
Skandilock Offwhite: Australian sheepskin. 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
Lacquered solid oak
Weight
44.09 lbs (20 kg)
Removable cover
No
Care instructions
Vacuum cleaning on a weekly basis. For cleaning, we recommend the use of a sponge, lukewarm water and mild wool detergent.

Philip Arctander

Philip Arctander (1916-1944) was a Danish architect, best known for his Muslingestol chair. The classic chair, also known as the Mussel Chair, was originally created almost by chance: in 1944, Arctander and five other architects were asked to design furniture as part of a competition sponsored by the supplier and store NY FORM A/S. Arctander designed the Muslingestol armchair with beech legs and sheepskin, which was released in a limited edition. The chair eventually became so popular that Nordic suppliers such as Ikea and Vik & Blindheim began to produce their own versions of it. Arctander left furniture design at the turn of the 1940s and 1950s, but the shell-shaped chair is still produced by the Danish company Paustian for the delight of all design lovers.

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