Inspired by Hans J. Wegner, "Shell Chair"
- Danish designer Hans J. Wegner preferred to work in solid wood, but occasionally he explored the use of bent plywood, and for that we are very thankful. Sometimes called the "smiling chair," his Shell Chair (1963) achieves a floating lightness due to its wing-like seat and the arching curves of its tapered legs.
- And while it stands on only three legs, this chair has an absolute stability that could only be achieved by someone with Wegner's expertise in cabinetmaking and architecture. Wegner's belief that a chair "should be beautiful from all sides and angles" is especially evident with his Shell Chair. This comfortable masterpiece is a marvel of grace and beauty.
Dimensions: 91w x 82d x 74.5h cm
Premium Woods Used - American Walnut
Identical Proportions and Angles
Exact Stitch Style
204-Grade Stainless Steel Legs
Premium Oil and Wax Finishes
Foam Injection Molding - 30 Years Lifespan Or More
Choice Of Premium Belgian and Italian Fabrics
World-Class Finishes - Comparable With High-End Furniture
Polished Welded Joints - Hallmarks of Quality Furniture
Exclusively Fiberglass - No Plastics
Choice of Fiberglass Colors
Fully Finished On All Sides
Sean Dix Original Designs and Art Direction
FSC Sourced Wood - Sustainable Sourcing and Production
Mail Order Packaging - Best Protection