Hans J. Wegner

Hans J. Wegner is considered one of the greatest representatives of Danish design. Born in 1914, at the age of only 14 he began working as an apprentice to a Danish cabinetmaker and later, moved to Copenhagen, where he attended the School of Arts and Crafts. In 1938, Wegner was approached by architects and designers Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller and began designing furniture for the new Aarhus City Hall. The organic and natural softness gained from studying wood and its characteristics is found in the series of lightweight chairs made for Carl Hansen & Søn, including the Wishbone Chair that has been in production by the company itself ever since. Many design museums around the world still exhibit his work today, such as MoMa in New York and Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen.

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  • CH24 Wishbone Chair Colored
    FAGGIO LACCATO BLU ACCIAIO,BLUE STEEL LACUQERED BEECH
    Carl Hansen & Søn
    € 938,00
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  • CH24 Wishbone Chair
    ROVERE SAPONATO,SOAPED OAK
    Carl Hansen & Søn
    € 961,00
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    Carl Hansen & Søn
    € 10.647,00
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    NOCE OLIATO,OILED WALNUT
    Carl Hansen & Søn
    € 2.913,00
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    ROVERE OLIATO,OILED OAK
    Carl Hansen & Søn
    € 3.622,00
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