This pair of lounge chairs, ‘model 137’ designed in 1957 and manufacturerd by furniture manufacturers France & Son. The Japan serie takes inspiration from traditional Japanese building techniques. Defined by a visible, solid horizontal backrest, which sits elegantly upon the slightly tapered legs, the teak frame is a reference to a traditional Japanese temple door. With an open, spacious seat, finished with Bouclé upholstery, the minimalist design truly invites you to sit back and relax. A stunning addition to a contemporary living room, the Japan Lounge Chair fuses the beauty of Japanese traditions with the expert nature of Danish craftsmanship. Marked by the maker.
W: 64 cm, H: 76 cm, D: 75 cm, SH: 41 cm
W: 25.2 in, H: 29.9 in, D: 29.5 in, SH: 16.1 in
Materials: Teak, brass and bouclé fabric
Manufacturer: France & Son, Denmark
Condition: Very good
Quantity available: 2
Literature: Finn Juhl: Furniture, Architecture, Applied Art, Hiort, pg. 60. Finn Juhl and His House, Hansen, pg. 105. Finn Juhl: Memorial Exhibition, Hansen et al., ppg. 86-87.
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