Sleek, delphine, and with a surprising intersection of arcs and curves, this lounge chair by Arne Hovmand Olsen (famous for, among other things, the no. 71 chair for JL Moller) looks like an impossible shape: the arms appear to droop away from the chair back like the tethers of a suspension bridge, and there are only two wood joints for each side of the frame! Partly a feat of design, and partly a wise choice of strong materials, the chair is far sturdier than one would think it has a right to be.
The swooped, paddle arms are made from solid teak with exciting, tiger-like stripes and grain patterns.
Restored to emphasize the natural characteristics of the wood grain, with minimal wear. The coil straps of the seat are in good shape, but there are a few parts where the vinyl covering is missing.
25W x 31D x 32H
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