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OW149 Colonial Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$2,890.00
OW149 Colonial Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
Design that's inspired by Colonial times has been brought into the 21st century. The Carl Hansen OW149 Colonial Chair - Black Edition is a limited edition and contemporary all-black version of the classic 1949 Ole Wanscher design. Otherwise, it is just the same: with a simple and slender wood frame and hand woven cane seat supporting soft upholstered cushions. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW149F Colonial Footstool - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$1,565.00
OW149F Colonial Footstool - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
A simple design, now in basic black. The Carl Hansen OW149F Colonial Footstool - Black Edition pairs a black-stained oak frame with a plush cushion upholstered in black Fiord fabric or Thor leather. A hand woven cane seat under the cushion provides support and is the most obvious evidence of the fine craftsmanship that went into the making of the entire footstool. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH07 Lounge Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$2,730.00
CH07 Lounge Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
The floating design of the Carl Hansen CH07 Lounge Chair - Black Edition is brought down to earth somewhat with a sophisticated all-black color palette. As part of the Black Edition collection, the CH07 Lounge is available for a limited time with the specialty black Fiord fabric and coordinating stained hardwood laminate frame. Additional all-black options are also available with the original CH07 Lounge Chair. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH24 Wishbone Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$699.00
CH24 Wishbone Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
A versatile design classic, now in an even more versatile basic black. The Carl Hansen CH24 Wishbone Chair - Black Edition is a limited edition piece that features the signature solid beech or oak wood frame--stained black--and a black paper cord seat. Like the original chair, the seat of this version requires 120 meters of paper cord and many hours to weave it. Designed by Hans J. Wegner. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH468 Oculus Lounge Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$5,460.00
CH468 Oculus Lounge Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
Probably the only case in which you'll really enjoy getting a black eye. The Carl Hansen CH468 Oculus Lounge Chair - Black Edition is just that...an all-black version of the popular Oculus (or "eye") Lounge Chair. This limited edition version includes a black powder coated tubular frame complemented by soft Fiord fabric or supple Thor leather upholstery. Originally designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH446 Footrest - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$1,785.00
CH446 Footrest - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
Rest your feet and complement the all-black style of the Wing Lounge Chair or Oculus Lounge Chair with the Carl Hansen CH446 Footrest - Black Edition. It features the same tubular steel base in a black powder coat, plus the same black fabric or leather upholstery options. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH33P Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$895.00
CH33P Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
The organic curves of the CH33 Chair get a slick all-black and upholstered update in the limited edition Carl Hansen CH33P Chair - Black Edition. The solid oak tapered frame and oak laminate back are coated in a rich black stain, while the curved laminate seat is made even more comfortable with black Fiord fabric or Thor leather upholstery. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH88P Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$690.00
CH88P Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
The bullish look of the CH88P Chair, with a softer side. The Carl Hansen CH88P Chair - Black Edition features a black powder coated tubular steel frame with a sharp, horn-like back made out of solid beech--also stained black. The molded wood veneer seat complements the all-black finish with a choice of specialty Fiord fabric or Thor leather upholstery. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH445 Wing Lounge Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$5,295.00
CH445 Wing Lounge Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
The already slightly wicked look of the Wing Lounge Chair is made to look even more so with an all-black makeover. The Carl Hansen CH445 Wing Lounge Chair - Black Edition is a limited edition version of the original chair (designed by Hans J. Wegner) that features black Fiord or Thor leather upholstery paired with a black powder coat finish on the tubular steel base. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH20 Elbow Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$895.00
CH20 Elbow Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH20 Elbow Chair - Black Edition is a limited edition version of the classic 1950s design by Hans J. Wegner. The entire solid oak frame--including the specially steam bent back--is stained black to coordinate with both of the available seat upholstery options: soft black Fiord fabric or high quality Thor leather. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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FH419 Heritage Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
$5,520.00
FH419 Heritage Chair - Black Edition by Carl Hansen
A modern design from 1930 is brought into the 21st century. The Carl Hansen FH419 Heritage Chair - Black Edition is a limited edition piece that takes the masterful Frits Henningsen design and updates it with either soft black Fiord fabric or Thor leather upholstery. A black stain on the oak legs completes the monochromatic look. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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MG501 Cuba Folding Chair by Carl Hansen
$800.00
MG501 Cuba Folding Chair by Carl Hansen
A truly flexible design for modern interiors. The Carl Hansen MG501 Cuba Folding Chair is a conveniently lightweight and comfortable folding chair ideal for bringing out just when extra seating is needed. The cotton webbing seat and back are supportive and cradle the body, while the folding oak frame positions a sitter back slightly for a relaxed posture. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH327 Dining Table with One Leaf by Carl Hansen
$5,245.00
CH327 Dining Table with One Leaf by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH327 Dining Table with One Leaf expands on the original Hans J. Wegner design (by over a foot), with the addition of a single extension leaf. The leaf is made out of black MDF to contrast with the wooden table, and is designed to perfectly fit onto either end of the CH327. If you need to sit more or fewer people, models with 2 leaves and no leaves are also available (sold separately). When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH327 Dining Table by Carl Hansen
$4,970.00
CH327 Dining Table by Carl Hansen
In 1962, Hans J. Wegner designed the Carl Hansen CH327 Dining Table specifically to accommodate the Wishbone Chair. However, the table's clean lines make it suitable for pretty much any seating (and for the office as well as the dining room). The top is a single solid piece of wood atop a solid wood frame and rounded tapered legs. Models of the CH327 with accessorizing black MDF extension leaves are sold separately. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH008 Coffee Table by Carl Hansen
$1,650.00
CH008 Coffee Table by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH008 Coffee Table is a perfectly well-rounded centerpiece for the living room. It features a round top and splayed tapered legs made out of solid wood. The versatility of the simple design--as well as a range of size options--means that CH008 will fit-in with and into any modern living space. Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1954. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH327 Dining Table with Two Leaves by Carl Hansen
$5,520.00
CH327 Dining Table with Two Leaves by Carl Hansen
No kids' table needed. The Carl Hansen CH327 Dining Table with Two Leaves extends to comfortably accommodate up to 14 people. This design by Hans J. Wegner is made mostly out of solid wood with 2 contrasting black MDF leaves, which are easy to attach/easy to remove at each end of the table. For a smaller table, other CH327 models are available with 1 or no leaves (sold separately). When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW149-2 Colonial Sofa by Carl Hansen
$6,900.00
OW149-2 Colonial Sofa by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen OW149-2 Colonial Sofa is the perfect representation of designer Ole Wanscher's fascination with 18th century furniture design. This petite 2-seater loveseat reveals such design inspiration with the delicate-looking curves and slim legs of the solid wood frame (with double center legs for added strength), which supports plush leather upholstered cushions. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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MK98860 Folding Table by Carl Hansen
$1,030.00
MK98860 Folding Table by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen MK98860 Folding Table was designed in 1960 as part of a series of folding furniture begun with designer Mogens Koch's Folding Chair in 1932. When in use, the table can be adjusted to 2 different heights; then it can be folded completely flat to be put away. The MK98860 is made entirely out of solid oiled wood. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH417 Tray Table by Carl Hansen
$970.00
CH417 Tray Table by Carl Hansen
Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1970, the Carl Hansen CH417 Tray Table features a large reversible carrying tray made out of either black/white laminate or natural/smoked oak. The tray is designed to fit perfectly onto the base, which is made out of solid tubular steel. A rotatable coupling at the top and bottom of the base allows it to be folded flat for compact storage when not in use. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH108 Coffee Table by Carl Hansen
$3,870.00
CH108 Coffee Table by Carl Hansen
Hans J. Wegner first designed the Carl Hansen CH108 Coffee Table in 1970 as part of his ongoing exploration of streamlined stainless steel furniture designs. Ideal for today's contemporary living spaces, this particular piece shows off a brushed stainless steel base and sled legs underneath a thick panel of clear glass. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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Woodlines Rug by Carl Hansen
$1,410.00
Woodlines Rug by Carl Hansen
In her creation of the Carl Hansen Woodlines Rug, designer Naja Utzon Popov drew inspiration from nature. More specifically, she studied magnified cuts of wood, and created the Woodlines patterns based on the unique characteristics that she saw. Hand knotted out of pure wool, the rug comes in a mix of contrasting and tone-on-tone colors to provide a truly grounded foundation for modern interiors. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW150 Daybed by Carl Hansen
$5,165.00
OW150 Daybed by Carl Hansen
Simple elegance, supreme comfort. The Carl Hansen OW150 Daybed features a sleek solid wood frame with a cotton webbing to support a tufted leather mattress. The webbing is strong yet slightly flexible, giving the mattress a floating feel. A classic Danish Modern design by Ole Wanscher. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH44 Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
$2,040.00
CH44 Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
While certainly at home in contemporary settings, the Carl Hansen CH44 Lounge Chair has a comfortable, cozy Shaker-inspired design well-suited to just about any interior. It has a solid hardwood frame with curved slats for the back and visible joints where the armrests meet the front legs (a signature design detail of Hans J. Wegner). It is paired with a strong yet comfortable woven paper cord seat. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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SH900 Extend Dining Table by Carl Hansen
$7,265.00
SH900 Extend Dining Table by Carl Hansen
With the Carl Hansen SH900 Extend Dining Table, you get stability, elegance and seating for 12. The table top and splayed legs are made out of solid oak. Pull one end out to reveal the built-in leaves underneath the top, which fold out to accommodate extra guests. Designed by Strand+Hvass in 2007, the SH900 is the perfect extension of Carl Hansen's Danish Modern design focus. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW150 Neck Pillow by Carl Hansen
$650.00
OW150 Neck Pillow by Carl Hansen
Bolster the style and comfort of your OW150 Daybed with the Carl Hansen OW150 Neck Pillow. This bolster-style pillow runs the width of the daybed cushion, and is available in the same range of supple leather upholstery options. Can also be an attractive addition to a bed or sofa. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH110 Desk by Carl Hansen
$14,705.00
CH110 Desk by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH110 Desk marks Hans J. Wegner's progression from using just wood and woven paper cord in his designs to streamlined wood and stainless steel. At more than 6 feet wide, this expansive desk is very well-suited for the executive office. It features a solid wood top complete with two dovetail joined drawers and minimal stainless steel handles to match the legs. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW449 Colonial Coffee Table by Carl Hansen
$930.00
OW449 Colonial Coffee Table by Carl Hansen
The austerity of the Carl Hansen OW449 Colonial Coffee Table is exactly what gives it its enduring appeal more than 50 years after it was originally designed. In 1964, Ole Wanscher created this petite coffee table to accompany his Colonial lounge furniture collection. As such, the table has slim solid wood legs stably supporting a smooth wood veneer top. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH88P Chair by Carl Hansen
$660.00
CH88P Chair by Carl Hansen
Originally designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1955, the Carl Hansen CH88P Chair remained a prototype until 2014, when it was released in honor of Wegner's 100th birthday. Considering the distinctive curves of the solid wood back, the otherwise simple chair has a somewhat bullish look. The back and curved leather upholstered seat sit on a sleek chromed steel base. Stackable up to 4 high. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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LM92 Metropolitan Chair by Carl Hansen
$2,845.00
LM92 Metropolitan Chair by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen LM92 Metropolitan Chair got its name--and numerous accolades--after a 1961 exhibition of Danish design imports at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The chair has a modern, organic form made out of solid wood and smooth leather. Its most distinctive characteristic is its curved back, which is made out of tensioned wood veneer that's upholstered in smooth saddle leather to match the seat. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH88T Chair by Carl Hansen
$595.00
CH88T Chair by Carl Hansen
If you've been waiting for the right time to bring some great modern design into your home, now's the time to grab the bull by the horns. Or the chair by its back, as is the case with the Carl Hansen CH88T Chair. This 1955 design by Hans J. Wegner includes a distinctively curved solid wood back and molded veneer seat on a chromed or powder coated tubular steel base. Stackable up to 4 high. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW2000 Egyptian Folding Chair by Carl Hansen
$1,530.00
OW2000 Egyptian Folding Chair by Carl Hansen
Danish Modern design inspired by ancient Egypt. The Carl Hansen OW2000 Egyptian Folding Chair has a dignified, throne-like look that you can bring with you wherever you need it. It features a smooth panel of butt leather stretched across a collapsible frame of solid wood. Designed by Ole Wanscher in 1957. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH24 Wishbone Chair by Carl Hansen
$595.00
CH24 Wishbone Chair by Carl Hansen
Your wish for fun, contemporary seating is granted with the Carl Hansen CH24 Wishbone Chair. This Danish Modern design classic was first designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1949, and gets its name from the distinctive Y-shaped back. It is strong yet lightweight, with a solid wood frame and a unique seat made by hand weaving more than 120 meters of specialty paper cord. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH07 Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
$2,750.00
CH07 Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
It's hard to believe that the Carl Hansen CH07 Lounge Chair wasn't an immediate success when Hans J. Wegner first designed it in 1963. Apparently, it was ahead of its time, as a re-release 35 years later finally won it the acclaim it so deserved. CH07 has a light, floating aspect due to the winglike lines of the seat and open, arching curves of the 3 pressed hardwood laminate legs. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH25 Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
$3,650.00
CH25 Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH25 Lounge Chair is the ultimate expression of designer Hans J. Wegner's use of woven paper cord. The material is lightweight, yet exceptionally strong and comfortable. More than 400 meters of it are used to weave the back and seat around the frame. The design itself is dynamic and light-looking, with tapered oak legs and a slightly backward tilt. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH37 Armchair by Carl Hansen
$895.00
CH37 Armchair by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH37 Armchair adds comfort as well as functional Shaker style to the dining room. It features an austere hardwood frame--solid, yet lightweight--with the joints where the armrests meet the front legs left clearly visible and highly expressive. The rustic modern look of the chair is completed by the use of woven paper cord for the seat. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH20 Elbow Chair by Carl Hansen
$785.00
CH20 Elbow Chair by Carl Hansen
Another design by Hans J. Wegner that was so complex for its time, it wasn't able to be put into production until nearly 50 years later. Wegner designed the Carl Hansen CH20 Elbow Chair in 1956 with a solid wood frame and upholstered laminate seat. The distinctive backrest, which also sticks out far enough to support arms (hence the name "Elbow Chair"), is steam bent out of a single piece of wood. Stackable up to 4 high. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH445 Wing Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
$6,205.00
CH445 Wing Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
Initially designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960, the Carl Hansen CH445 Wing Lounge Chair didn't really take off. Not until its re-release in 2006, that is. This unusual lounge chair features a sharply curved back ideally suited for making a statement in today's contemporary home. It features smooth upholstery and a stainless steel base that keeps the chair tilted back just so for the ultimate comfort. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH46 Armchair by Carl Hansen
$1,420.00
CH46 Armchair by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH46 Armchair is a unique take by Hans J. Wegner on minimalist Shaker design. The round legs provide a simple, organic foundation and contrast to the straight seat, narrow armrests and curved back slats. The natural effect of the hardwood frame is carried through the similarly strong yet lightweight seat, made out of woven paper cord. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH47 Side Chair by Carl Hansen
$1,175.00
CH47 Side Chair by Carl Hansen
Around a modern dining table, the Carl Hansen CH47 Side Chair adds simple Shaker-style charm and comfort. Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1965, CH47 has a minimalist frame softened by the curves of the round peg legs and gentle curve of the back slats. The unique seat--woven out of paper cord--is lightweight yet quite strong and supportive. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH468 Oculus Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
$5,460.00
CH468 Oculus Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen
One lounge chair deserving of a second look. The Carl Hansen CH468 Oculus Lounge Chair was originally designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960, but wasn't put into production until 2010. The design was certainly ahead of its time, what with its oversized headrest, sloped arms and eye-shaped detail in the smooth upholstery. The stainless steel base keeps the seat tilted back slightly for maximum comfort. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW149-F Colonial Footstool by Carl Hansen
$1,955.00
OW149-F Colonial Footstool by Carl Hansen
Complete your modern Colonial furniture grouping with the Carl Hansen OW149-F Colonial Footstool. Originally designed in 1949 by Ole Wanscher, this ottoman remains relevant with a simple form and high quality materials. It features a solid wood base and hand woven cane top to support the soft leather cushion. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH53 Stool by Carl Hansen
$600.00
CH53 Stool by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen CH53 Stool can add to the comfort and visual appeal of a room in more ways than one. With its simple solid hardwood frame and woven paper cord top, it can act as a coordinating footrest to the CH44 Lounge Chair. Or CH53 can act as extra compact seating wherever it's needed--in the entryway, dining room, bedroom, etc. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH36 Side Chair by Carl Hansen
$695.00
CH36 Side Chair by Carl Hansen
The Shaker style that so influenced Hans J. Wegner is clearly evident in the Carl Hansen CH36 Side Chair. In 1962, Wegner designed the CH36 with a solid yet lightweight hardwood frame. The stringent lines of the frame make it exceptionally versatile in any rustic modern setting. It is paired with a similarly strong and lightweight seat made out of woven paper cord. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH446 Footrest by Carl Hansen
$1,825.00
CH446 Footrest by Carl Hansen
In both modern style and comfort, the Carl Hansen CH446 Footrest is the perfect complement to both the Oculus and Wing Lounge Chairs. It features a cushion smoothly upholstered in leather or Kvadrat fabric--subtly curved for comfortable foot cradling--on a tubular stainless steel base. Designed by Hans J. Wegner. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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CH33T Chair by Carl Hansen
$845.00
CH33T Chair by Carl Hansen
First designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1957, the Carl Hansen CH33T Chair was produced for 10 years before being taken out of production. Reintroduced in 2012, the CH33T features rounded, organic forms, such as the curved hardwood laminate seat and back. Made out of solid wood, the splayed, tapered legs and cross pieces are thickest where they are load-bearing and slender where they are not. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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OW149 Colonial Chair by Carl Hansen
$3,540.00
OW149 Colonial Chair by Carl Hansen
The Carl Hansen OW149 Colonial Chair is designer Ole Wanscher's most recognizable piece, and proves that fine craftsmanship never goes out of style. Designed by Wanscher in 1949, OW149 is inspired by 17th century English furniture. The solid wood frame is slim and curvy, which belies the chair's strength and stability. The distinctive arms curve upward to an elegant point and then straight down to join the rest of the frame. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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FH429 Signature Chair by Carl Hansen
$4,485.00
FH429 Signature Chair by Carl Hansen
Designed in 1954 by Frits Henningsen, the Carl Hansen FH429 Signature Chair has a sleek yet organic look. It features a tall, curving seat made out of supple leather upholstery set within a willowy frame evocative of curling vines or tree roots. The frame may be delicate-looking but, considering it's made out of solid wood, is actually exceptionally strong. When he founded his company in 1908 in Odense, Denmark, Carl Hansen was determined to prove that high-quality craftsmanship and efficient mass production could work well together. To this day, Carl Hansen & Son furniture--mostly the continually popular Danish Modern designs of the 1930s through the 1960s--is swiftly produced by hand, combining the best materials possible with traditional woodworking techniques and the latest manufacturing technologies.
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