CH58 Bar Stool

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CH58 Bar Stool

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Hans J. Wegner’s bar stool from 1985 combines pure natural materials such as solid wood, leather and stainless steel in a simple elegant design.

Pure and solid design for private and public spaces.

Although Hans J. Wegner designed his bar stool CH58 decades ago, the timeless design fits in well in modern kitchens, bars and restaurants. With its slightly angled legs and round padded seat, the stool creates an inviting atmosphere for a relaxing time.

The CH58 bar stool’s circular stainless-steel ring, which binds the four legs together, is conveniently placed for you to rest your feet comfortably under the seat. The construction provides optimal stability with the legs being thickest at the joint with the ring and thinner down to the floor and up to the seat in the signature Wegner design.

Wegner’s bar stools are available in two heights: CH58 is suitable for kitchen counter height and CH56 for bar height. Just choose the height and the material which suit your décor.

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CH58 Bar Stool
Vendor item no.
CH58
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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.