Danish Midcentury Model GE290 Armchair & Footstool by Hans J Wegner Reupholstered in Deep Green Kvadrat Fabric c.1952

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Web ID: 38087 - 37

H: 70cm W: 76cm D: 78cm Seat height: 42cm

A midcentury solid oak frame GE290a or ‘plank’ chair designed by Hans J Wegner for Getama. Newly upholstered in deep green Kvadrat fabric. Fully sprung seat pads and lightly restored and cleaned woodwork. Getama burn stamp to the front underside of the frame and footstool.

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Designer Spotlight | Hans J Wegner

Hans Jørgensen Wegner was a Danish furniture designer born in 1914. Wegner started a woodworking apprenticeship at the age of 14 and by the age of 17 had already designed his first chair. He later took a short course in cabinet making at the Danish Technological Institute and went on to study at the School of Arts and Crafts where he learnt the principles of craftsmanship and function. After the second world war Wegner went on to design the JH501 chair which set him on course to be one of the most recognised Danish modern designers.

At the heart of his design was organic functionality with simplified features and flowing lines he stated that the soul of a chair lies in the back rest. Wegener's most iconic design is the Wishbone Chair.

Image: Hans J Wegner

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