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Set of 5 Series 7 Model 3107 Rosewood Chairs by Arne Jacobsen c.1960

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H: 75cm W: 49cm D: 49cm Seat Height: 45cm

A set of five series seven model 3107 with moulded plywood shell and rosewood veneer. Produced by Fritz Hansen and designed by Arne Jacobsen.

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Designer Spotlight | Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen is a Danish architect and designer born in 1902. In 1924 Jacobsen studied architecture at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. As a student he was awarded a silver medal for chair design at the Paris art deco fair. He then went on to win the Danish Architects Association ‘House of Future’ competition in collaboration with Flemming Lassen which allowed him to start his own firm only a year later.

Furniture design, like many architects' come designers, came through the extension of exterior to interior. In the 1950s Jacobsen, a perfectionist, started to develop his own furniture designs; he primarily used the limitations of materials to help shape final outcomes and simple form chairs became his signature pieces. Jacobsens most recognisable homeware design is the iconic Egg Chair.

Image: Arne Jacobsen designed the Egg Chair for the lobby and reception areas in the Royal Hotel, in Copenhagen