Kristiansen 1957

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Kristiansen 1957

from 1,020.00

Prices include relacquering and reuphlostery. 

 

Designed in 1957 by Kai Kristiansen, this dining or desk chair is truly a clever creation with one eye on design and the other on usability.

 

The sharp lines and unconventional angles are balanced by the oval-shapes of the legs, armrest and backrest. The frame's structure cleverly creates half-length elbow-rests, which means the chair doesn't fill a room and allows sitting as close to the table as desired. The backrest pivots a couple of centimetres to support your lower back when sitting upright or to support your middle back when reclining with elbows on the half-arms, allowing you to stretch your legs out straight in front. The upholstered backrest gives not only comfort but also allows you to add colour to your dining room or office.

 

Dimensions:

Height: 74 cm

Width: 54 cm

Depth: 55 cm

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The sharp lines and unconventional angles are balanced by oval-shapes of legs, armrest and backrest. The frame’s structure cleverly creates half-length elbow-rests, which means the chair doesn’t fill a room and allows sitting as close to the table as desired. The backrest pivots a couple of centimetres to support your lower back when sitting upright or to support your middle back when reclining with elbows on the half-arms, allowing you to stretch your legs out straight in front. The upholstered backrest gives not only comfort but also allows you to add colour to your dining room or office.