CH44 Lounge Chair

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CH44 Lounge Chair

Carl Hansen & Søn

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Honest design and refined comfort
The CH44 lounge chair from 1965 by Hans J. Wegner is simplicity perfected. The chair features both Wegner’s characteristic, defined joints between the front legs and armrests as well as grooves on the top of the rear legs from which to hang a back cushion. The armrests slope upwards towards the rear legs, becoming more slender as they rise, thus elegantly strengthening the vertical joint. The overall effect appears striking and the result is comfortable.

The simplicity of the lounge chair design was inspired by the principles of American Shaker furniture, which also was Wegner’s inspiration for the closely related CH46 and CH47 chairs.

The CH44 lounge chair is crafted from solid wood and features a durable paper cord seat. It is available with optional seat and backrest cushions and the matching low CH53 footstool for added comfort.

CH44 Set of cushions is Available to Order

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CH44 Lounge Chair
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CH44
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Chanintr Craft | Thonglor

Monday - Sunday 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Hans J. Wegner

Hans J. Wegner

Hans J. Wegner was born in 1914 in Tønder, Denmark, is one of the most creative, innovative and prolific. Often referred to as the master of the chair, He created almost 500 in his lifetime. His iconic Wishbone Chair is probably the most well-known and has been in continuous production since 1950. He established his own studio in 1943. He received many design awards. Almost all of the world’s major design museums, from the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen to Die Neue Sammlung in Munich, exhibit his works. He died in Denmark in January 2007, aged 92.