Edvard & Tove Kindt-Larsen

Fireplace Chair, c1939

Cherry wood armchair produced by Gustav Bertelsen, Denmark. Floating seat upholstered in black leather.

The Fireplace chair was the first piece of its kind to separate the upholstered seat from wooden frame. As such it is considered a highly influential masterpiece of modern design.

H: 80cm  /  D: 70cm  /  W: 75cm  

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Literature:

Grete Jalk: 40 Years of Danish Furniture Design, Volume 2: 1937-1946, 1987, (p. 109-10)
Noritsugu Oda: Danish Chairs, 1996 (p. 44)