Product name: Arne Jacobsen butterfly chair light blue Fritz Hansen
Designer: Arne Jacobsen
Brand/Manufacturer: Fritz Hansen
Base material: Metal and wood
Condition: Fair, with various damages (1990)
Notes: Product Margin
Dimensions: Height 82 cm x length 52 cm x width 50 cm (seat height 46 cm)
Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) was a successful Danish architect and designer. In addition to designing buildings, including the Royal hotel in Copenhagen, he also designed taps, cutlery and furniture. Functionalist design and 'form follows function' were central to Jacobsen's designs. He was influenced by Mies van der Rohe, Le Cobusier, Charles Eames and the Bauhaus. Jacobsen, in turn, has influenced many other designers.
The butterfly chair was one of the most commercial successes and definitively established the names of Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen. The chair has a timeless design and high seating comfort. It is therefore not surprising that the chair is still in production at Fritz Hansen.
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