No. 7 chair wood Reproduction. Original design by Arne Emil Jacobsen
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      • White Birch


      A three dimensional classic this reproduction NO: 7 CHAIR WOOD is themed on an original design by the Danish furniture and interior designer Arne Emil Jacobsen. The original became one of the most popular chair designs almost overnight and was to become the staple of offices, schools and other public spaces. Using a technique of heating and bending plywood into a three dimensional shape the original which our NO. 7 CHAIR WOOD is themed immediately spawned many copies, but none were able to match the original fusion of form and functionality in quite the same way as that of the master. This design is as fresh and appealing as when it was first introduced onto an unsuspecting world of interior design.

      The name Arne Jacobsen is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trade mark.
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      Materials Plywood
      Height * Width 77,5cm * 49,5cm
      Depth 51,5cm SH: 46,5cm
      Weight 7,47
      Number of packages 1
      Seat Height 42 cm (Standard)
      Designer Arne Emil Jacobsen
      Arne Emil Jacobsen

      Arne Emil Jacobsen (1902 -1971) was a Danish architect and designer. In particular, he is remembered for developing the 'Danish Modern' style and for contributing so much to architectural functionalism. In addition to his architectural work, he was one ofof the most important contributors to Danish design, especially as a result of the worldwide success he enjoyed with simple but effective chair designs.