The AH Outdoor series features a rigorous aesthetic combined with Homann's sense of soft forms – as evidenced by the beautifully curved armrests, backs and seats, where the braces elegantly enclose the frame. These joints are meticulously hand polished by the skilled craftsmen of Carl Hansen & Son, to achieve a smooth and tactile surface. All tables and chairs can be stacked for easy storage when not in use, exemplifying Homann's attention to detail and understanding of form and function.
The new AH Outdoor series is made of teak, a hard and solid wood that adapts well to changes in climate and offers great durability thanks to its high content of natural oils. As the teak is untreated, it patinas beautifully over time, gradually acquiring a more silvery hue. The series offers a high degree of comfort with and without the cushions, which are made of weatherproof textiles.
Knud Erik Hansen, CEO and third generation owner of Carl Hansen & Son, comments: "The AH Outdoor series has its own expression and fits perfectly into our outdoor collection, where it finds its place between the cubist Indoor-Outdoor series by Bodil Kjær and folding outdoor furniture by Børge Mogensen. In addition, the AH Outdoor series meets very specific needs for stackable furniture with high aesthetic value that does not compromise on materials or craftsmanship."
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Alfred HomannAlfred Homann was born in 1948, in Denmark. In 1976, he graduated architecture from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine arts in Copenhagen. As a student, he worked at Vilhelm Wohlert’s office, where he spent his first years as an industry professional. He found his own design and architectural office in Denmark in 1978 and spent the years between 1987 and 1995 in the U.S. as a practicing designer. Over the past few decades He has received numerous design awards at home and abroad. Today, in addition to design, he is a visiting professor at architectural and design schools throughout Europe.
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