The Penguin Dining Chair

The Penguin Dining Chair

Designer Ib Kofod-Larsen

The Penguin Dining Chair

The Penguin Dining Chair

Designer Ib Kofod-Larsen

軽やかでエレガント、彫刻的で芸術的なThe Penguin Dining Chairは、デンマークの家具デザイナーIb Kofod-Larsenが1953年にデザインした、デンマークモダンを象徴する希少なチェアです。アメリカで発表された当時、このチェアはIb Kofod-Larsenチェアとも呼ばれ、Kofod-Larsenのシグネチャーとなりました。ややオーバーサイズの座面と背もたれ、有機的なフォルムの大きなシェルと小柄で華奢なフレームが対照的なプロポーションは、どこか素朴さを感じさせる。しかし同時に、The Penguin Dining Chairは洗練された、大胆で個性豊かな椅子でもある。チェアの背もたれにあしらわれたペンギンの形をしたヒレは、Ib Kofod-Larsenのシンプルで実直な美学を象徴している。背もたれは体にフィットし、快適な座り心地とサポート力、そしてユニークな座り心地をお約束します。The Penguin Dining Chairは、ご家庭にもパブリックスペースにも最適です。

材料

Selected: ナチュラルオーク

Selected: リウール218

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SKU 1200001-010000ZZ

材質

粉体塗装スチール
曲合板
オークまたはウォールナット突板
布張りの場合: フォームと布張り

サイズ

高さ:83cm
SH:47cm
身長:66cm
幅:56cm
奥行き:57cm
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デザイナーについて

Ib Kofod-Larsen

Architect Ib Kofod-Larsen (1921-2003) had a successful career in the 1950s and 1960s when Danish design was flourishing across the world. A large part of his vast furniture catalogue was designed for the non-Danish market and manufactured abroad. He worked especially for American, Swedish, British and German furniture companies and manufacturers, and this may be the reason that his furniture has undeservedly become better known internationally than in his home country of Denmark. Ib Kofod-Larsen formed part of a movement known as Danish Modern, but he went slightly under the radar and worked in the shadow of Kaare Klint, Hans J. Wegner, Børge Mogensen, Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Nanna Ditzel. Today he is called one of the most underrated – but most exciting – names on the Danish design scene. And one of the greatest design brains Denmark ever had. “His furniture is sophisticated and well-proportioned with beautiful silhouettes and sculptural, organic lines and curves.” Although he himself felt like an artisan – and he had no academic approach to furniture design – there is something poetic and artistic about his designs. The soft lines. The visual lightness. The graphic purity. The free, artistic expression. He was a purist. A man of detail. At first glance, his furniture may seem simple, but at closer inspection it is full of detail. It is inventive and borders on engineering. He drew, sculpted, made prototypes, was involved in production and participated in the entire process down to every test and launch. He was a creative designer, maybe one of the greatest designers in the golden age of Danish design. He took an innovative approach. Not just to furniture, but to ways of thinking about furniture. First and foremost, he had an exceptional understanding of materials and an eye for the potential of the wood and the quality of the raw materials he used. He often worked in different types of wood – mainly teak and palisander in combination with real leather. To Kofod-Larsen, the most important thing was that the furniture should feel good. To the touch and when sitting in it. With all his chairs, The Penguin, The Seal and the Elizabeth Lounge Chair, his focus was on the person who was going to be sitting in them.