Beak Chair by Ole Wanscher

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Ole Wanscher designed the Beak Chair in 1951.

The chair was shown the same year at the Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition.

The chair is a good example of Ole Wanscher’s sculptural design.

The quite special armrests, reminiscent of a beak, has given inspiration to the chair’s name: Beak Chair.

It is an exclusive piece of furniture with a high level of craftsmanship.

The soft curving shape of the chair is created without visible transitions.

Only the covers on the side of the armrests are visible.

It’s a nice functional and decorative detail reminiscent of a bird’s eye.

In collaboration with Ole Wanscher’s descendants, Carl Hansen & Son has recreated the Beak Chair after the original drawings.

The Beak Chair is manufactured in oak, black painted oak or walnut with upholstery in fabric or leather.

See more on the website here.

Carl Hansen & Son A/S
+45 6612 1404
www.carlhansen.com

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