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Look for Less: The Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair

Look for Less: The Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair

Hans Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair in 1949. This is one of his most iconic pieces of furniture, it is strong yet very lightweight. It is a very challenging chair to make as the legs are made of solid wood which is steam-bent. The seat is also made of hand-woven paper cord. The chair is made from very durable materials so that it will last for generations.

Hans Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair in 1949. This is one of his most iconic pieces of furniture, it is strong yet very lightweight. It is a very challenging chair to make as the legs are made of solid wood which is steam-bent. The seat is also made of hand-woven paper cord. The chair is made from very durable materials so that it will last for generations.

Hans J. Wegner, Bamse chair designed in 1951. This particular piece was sold at auction fetching $11000 (Lauritz.com, december 2015).

Hans J. Wegner, Bamse chair designed in 1951. This particular piece was sold at auction fetching $11000 (Lauritz.com, december 2015).

hans wegner - hoop chair - I absolutely love this  chair it is in one of my scandinavian design books.

hans wegner - hoop chair - I absolutely love this chair it is in one of my scandinavian design books.

The Wishbone Chair was the first of Wegner's chairs for Carl Hansen & Son, debuting in 1949. The Wishbone Chair remains a classic to this day.

The Wishbone Chair was the first of Wegner's chairs for Carl Hansen & Son, debuting in 1949. The Wishbone Chair remains a classic to this day.

This is “The Chair” or Wegner’s iconic round chair (1949). It earned this name because of its seemingly perfect elegant curves and minimalist design. Consisting of only 11 pieces of wood this chair has exemplary craftsmanship. It has famously seated the likes of John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon during the 1960 presidential debate.

This is “The Chair” or Wegner’s iconic round chair (1949). It earned this name because of its seemingly perfect elegant curves and minimalist design. Consisting of only 11 pieces of wood this chair has exemplary craftsmanship. It has famously seated the likes of John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon during the 1960 presidential debate.

Flag Halyard Chair Designed by Hans Wegner for Getama, Denmark, 1950 image 5

Flag Halyard Chair Designed by Hans Wegner for Getama, Denmark, 1950 image 5

The Modern Warehouse - Furniture - Hans Wegner Cigar Chairs

The Modern Warehouse - Furniture - Hans Wegner Cigar Chairs

Hans Wegner CH25 Chair | From a unique collection of antique and modern lounge chairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/lounge-chairs/

Hans Wegner CH25 Chair

Hans Wegner CH25 Chair | From a unique collection of antique and modern lounge chairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/lounge-chairs/

Original Hans Wegner "The Chair". etsy

Original Hans Wegner "The Chair"

Original Hans Wegner "The Chair". etsy

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