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Dining chair Pavilion AV1, different finishes, 2 pcs

Regular price 626.40€

The Pavilion series is inspired by the Langelinie Pavilion, located on the slopes of Copenhagen Citadel and overlooking the promenade that is home to the Little Mermaid. The successor to the previously destroyed pavilions was completed in 1958 and was created by architects Eva and Niels Koppel as a tribute to modernism. Reflecting the duration of the pavilions, the Pavilion dining chair was completed in 2018 by the renowned Oslo design studio Anderssen & Voll.

The goal was to create a stackable dining chair that could be used to seat large crowds in this iconic building. Designers Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll wanted to combine early modernism with new modernism. Anderssen explains: 'Often chair frames are made from tubes at an angle, but we wanted a freer form and experimented with a combination of bent tube and bent plywood.' Voll adds: 'The Pavilion chair has an airy nature, which is created thanks to the fine armrests and legs. A soft aesthetic arises from a curved but minimalist silhouette.' The effect of the chair is lyrical, graceful and poetic. Almost like a rope that has come untied.

This product is a dining chair with a wooden seat and back without armrests. In the case of the chair, it is possible to choose between three wood and two frame finishes. The fastening buttons on the back of the chairs are the same color as the frame, but it is also possible to combine the finishes of the details if desired.
The Pavilion series also includes a number of different dining, bar and armchairs, available in different variants, finishes and fabrics. 

Stackable - maximum 10 chairs. The chair legs have plastic floor protectors, felt protectors are also available - ask for information.

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DIMENSIONS: height 76cm, depth 50cm, width 52,5cm, seat height 46cm

MATERIAL: oak / walnut, metal


black frame: predicted 2-3 weeks

chrome frame: predicted in 6-8 weeks

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