Arne Jacobsen: Chair 3107
The 3107 Chair is an icon of modern furniture design and an outcome of Arne Jacobsen 's constant striving for organic shapes. These were made possible by a new, tridemensional wood molding technique developed in the 1930ies. The Series 7 chair is perfect for modern living being light, compact and easily stackable and it has become one of the most popular chairs of the late 20th and early 21st century. There is an armrest version available.
Molded plywood on chrome plated tubular steel base.
54 x 43 x 79 cm ( W x D x H )
Mid century scandic design combined with an antique table. Jacobsen chair at one of our customers' places.
Detail view of the underneath. Cheap copies have the legs directly bolted into the plywood which results in early breakage.
|Mrs. Christine Keeler posing with not much more than a Jacobsen Chair. The high class callgirl ruined a british conservative politician's career in the 1960ies.||Much less glamourous: Jacobsen 3107 chair in a classroom.|