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Inspired by the original design by Arne Jacobsen, this reproduction by Manhattan Home Design is a marvelous illustration of the whimsical side of the mid-century furniture design. This playful piece of furniture is instantly recognizable thanks to its curving fiberglass shape and beautiful armrests which cradle the seat.
Perhaps no chair is more synonymous with organic design. Intended as an outstretched reception chair, the piece is expansive. While organic living promotes the harmonious balance between human habitation and the natural world, achieving proper balance is a challenge. A testament to the potential inherent in human endeavor. While the chair rests firmly on a sturdy polished aluminum frame, its abandonment from the particulars of engineering and industry is what make it so endearing.
One of Denmark’s most influential modern designers, Arne Jacobsen was a pioneer of minimalist Danish design style. A genius and visionary whose work extended to include not only furniture but lighting, textiles, and silverware. Jacobsen is best known for his elegant yet functional chair designs.
To this day, Arne Jacobsen is recognized for his unparalleled contribution to architectural Functionalism and design as well as for the global success he enjoyed with simple but effective chair designs.
Arne Jacobsen created this beautiful piece of aluminum and padded upholstery in 1948 for all the public areas of the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The egg chair was also included on that presentation, and both chairs enjoyed a lot of popularity, but we could argue that the Swan chair has become just a little more famous and mainstream... Read More
Art is a beautiful thing. It makes you feel things. It gets you out of (or into) your comfort zone. It makes us think, ponder, reflect, etcetera. It’s just great. Art is everywhere around us, no matter where we are, and we can see it on museums but also billboards, restaurants, our own houses and yes, in furniture.Furniture is also a great thing, especially when it has artistic value, but there’s this thing: artworks can also make us feel weird, out of place, uncomfortable. Sometimes art challenges us, and that’s a good thing. But if you see a surreal painting, you don’t have to take it home with you. So, what happens when we look at “weird” furniture? ...Read More
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High-quality reproduction for an affordable price. I was happily surprised.
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I love Manhattan Home Design. I just moved to NYC and furnished all my house with pieces from this website. Customer service and delivery times are amazing!
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This piece added a wild and funny side to my living room decor to spice things up. If you’re sick of always looking at the same kind of furniture, you’ll be very happy with this one.
About the Designer
Inspired by the original design by Finn Juhl, this reproduction by Manhattan Home Design pursues ease and impermanence in ever-day...
Made with Mesh
The elasticity and breathability of mesh has made it the practical choice of the modern workplace. The Mesh is a premium 3-layer mesh created by combining...