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Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut
Fredericia Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut

Ditzel lounge chair, Moonlight sheepskin - walnut

Fredericia

$3,887.00

Fredericia
Ditzel lounge chair
$3,887.00



Description

Fredericia’s Ditzel armchair, as the name suggests, is a beautiful and inviting seat designed by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel in 1953. The designer couple aimed to create a comfortable and practical armchair that would look good from all directions – this way the chair could be used in any space and anywhere in that space. The understated elegance of the Ditzel armchair is suitable for a wide range of milieus, from private living rooms and reading corners to cafés and hotel lobbies.

Colour
Light beige, walnut
Width
31.89 in (81 cm)
Depth
28.74 in (73 cm)
Height
28.35 in (72 cm)
Seat height
14.57 in (37 cm)
Upholstery fabric
Scandilock Moonlight Curly 17 mm: Australian sheepskin with curly character and high density. 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
Lacquered walnut
Weight
30.86 lbs (14 kg)
Warranty
7 years

Nanna & Jørgen Ditzel

Nanna & Jørgen Ditzel were a Danish designer couple whose most famous design is the Hanging Egg chair from 1959. Ditzel’s organic designs and innovative use of materials gained popularity in the 1950s, and their jewelry line was awarded with gold medal in Milan’s Triennale in 1954 and with the Lunning Prize in 1956. After her husband’s death in 1961, Nanna Ditzel continued her successful career as a designer until her death in 2005.

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    beautiful !

    25 days ago

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