Cover chair, oak

In stock on 17 Dec, 2018

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The Cover chair by designer Thomas Bentzen is a modern reinterpretation of the classic wooden armchair. Cover has a rounded form-pressed veneer shell and strong wooden legs which give the chair a solid and grounded expression. Yet the Cover is unexpectedly light. Through its contemporary design the Cover works well around a dining table, as a desk chair, in a restaurant, at a hotel room, or by itself just to add a modern touch to the room. Thomas Bentzen has said: “Cover is born from a desire to create a comfortable and contemporary armchair in wood. The chair has its name from the thin molded plywood covers, which work as comfortable armrests and as structured element holding the chair together. An original detail that gives the Cover chair a strong personality. I aimed for a crisp and vivid expression in the plywood while looking for a solid and grounded look in the frame and base of the chair, which creates an interesting contrast. Three years of play and hard work in the making has resulted in a strong, yet light armchair playing and taking the molded veneer to its extreme.”

Thomas Bentzen
56,5 cm
46 cm
76 cm
Seat height:
46 cm
Oak veneer shell, formpressed wood veneer base


Thomas Bentzen

Thomas Bentzen

Thomas Bentzen is a Danish designer who graduated from the Copenhagen Design School in 2003. Bentzen founded his own design office in 2010 and is also part of the Copenhagen REMOVE design group. Before setting up his own office, Bentzen worked for five years at Danish firm Louise Campbell.

Bentzen has worked in various fields of design, ranging from tableware to interior design and from furniture to industrial design. His designs are often characterized by a clear, playful and graphic touch, with an aim to test the boundaries of different materials within the boundaries of form, functionality and sustainable design. Bentzen’s designs have been seen in numerous exhibitions around the world, and he has worked with brands such as Louis Poulsen, Hay and Muuto.

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