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Reading Chair - In 1953 the architect Finn Juhl designed a small elegant dining chair for the company Bovirke. The chair is called “Reading Chair” because of the horizontal frame, ending the back. The Reading Chair is very comfortable and allows many seating possibilities which is typical for the Finn Juhl’s furniture. You can even sit backwards on the chair resting the arms on the frame. Danish design

Reading Chair - In 1953 the architect Finn Juhl designed a small elegant dining chair for the company Bovirke. The chair is called “Reading Chair” because of the horizontal frame, ending the back. The Reading Chair is very comfortable and allows many seat

© Ejner Larsen & Aksel Bender Madsen. Metropolitan Chair. Sold by 1stdibs

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Chairs | Seating | Sibast No 8 | Sibast Furniture | Helge Sibast. Check it out on Architonic

Sibast No Furniture-Helge Sibast Sibast No 8 Manufacturer Sibast Furniture Designer Helge Sibast Launched in 1953

Finn Juhl Sette/Love Seat

Finn Juhl Sofa - Chairs of Finn Juhl, Danish architect, are outstandingly unique among works by Nordic designers.

Naive Furniture by thinkDO Studio

Naive Furniture by thinkDO Studio

FINN JUHL ARMCHAIR, MODEL NV 53  with firm's brand rosewood and original leather upholstery 29 in. (73.7 cm) high ca. 1953 produced by Niels Vodder, Copenhagen

FINN JUHL ARMCHAIR, MODEL NV 53 with firm's brand rosewood and original leather upholstery 29 in. cm) high ca. 1953 produced by Niels Vodder, Copenhagen

Volther designede stolen J46 i 1956, og den skulle snart vise sig, at blive en af de største successer i FDB´s Møbelhistorie. Foruden J46, er den legendariske Corona stol blandt de mest kendte møbler fra Volthers hånd.

"Stol designed by Poul M. Volther in 1954 produced by FDB Møbler - now back in production, 2013

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