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Drop Chair | Salt & Pepper Fabric
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Drop Chair | Salt & Pepper Fabric

Designed by Fritz Hansen

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The Drop chair was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 as part of his masterpiece, the legendary Radisson Blue Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The Drop was originally produced along with the Swan, and the Egg but in a very limited number exclusively for the hotel. After more than 50 years in hibernation, the Drop is now relaunched. It is a small chair with a big personality and it’s as fresh and vibrant as a new design but with a rare heritage. The design of the back combines a warm embrace with freedom of movement, resulting in a surprising level of comfort.

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Salt & Pepper Divina Melange fabric, Chrome legs
Height: 88 cm, Depth: 54.5 cm, Width: 45.5 cm, Seating Height: 46 cm
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15.02.2019 - 21.02.2019
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Fritz Hansen

Fritz Hansen, also known as Republic of Fritz Hansen is a Danish furniture design company. The creation of a Republic is an invitation to people around the world to join their affection and dedication to design and developing of the finest furniture collection on the market. Fritz Hansen was founded in 1872, when Fritz Hansen, a Danish carpenter, founded his own furniture company and in 1915 he introduced his first chair in steam bent wood. In 1934, Fritz Hansen began his collaboration with Arne Jacobsen resulting in some of the famous, classic icons of Danish Design including the 'Ant' (1952), the 'Series 7' (1955), the 'Grand Prix' (1957), the 'Swan' (1958), and the 'Egg' (1958). Other famous collaborations have resulted in Piet Hein's super-elliptical table from 1968 and in 1982 Fritz Hansen acquired the rights to a major part of Poul Kjærholm's furniture collection. Since the 1980s continuing into the new millennium, Fritz Hansen has added new designs to the collection by other young, modernist designers.

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