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The U 525 Chair
£450.00
The U 525 Chair
This iconic chair is now available in different painted finishes, each colour exclusive to John Lewis. Legendary Danish designer, Hans J Wegner often said he designed chairs that he would use himself, and this is evident in the U chair, which typifies Wegner's signature style and is exclusive to John Lewis. Originally penned in 1970, it shares all the characteristics of the chair master's iconic designs; its simple wooden form made up of four legs joining a continuous back and arms wrapping around the sitter. This remarkable shape means it doesn't have one good sitting position, but many, giving the user freedom to move in comfort. The U chair is manufactured exclusively for John Lewis. Considered one of the leading designers of the 20th centuries, Hans J. Wegner's designs were the first to be exported from Denmark in the 1950s, and established the Danish Modern movement. The manufacturer of this piece, Getama, has been producing furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner for nearly 65 years. Getama still produce the same designs to this day, guaranteeing furniture crafted in compliance with Wegner's original drawings and quality. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops. Terms and conditions apply: find out more
John Lewis
The U 525 Chair
£450.00
The U 525 Chair
This iconic chair is now available in different painted finishes, each colour exclusive to John Lewis. Legendary Danish designer, Hans J Wegner often said he designed chairs that he would use himself, and this is evident in the U chair, which typifies Wegner's signature style and is exclusive to John Lewis. Originally penned in 1970, it shares all the characteristics of the chair master's iconic designs; its simple wooden form made up of four legs joining a continuous back and arms wrapping around the sitter. This remarkable shape means it doesn't have one good sitting position, but many, giving the user freedom to move in comfort. The U chair is manufactured exclusively for John Lewis. Considered one of the leading designers of the 20th centuries, Hans J. Wegner's designs were the first to be exported from Denmark in the 1950s, and established the Danish Modern movement. The manufacturer of this piece, Getama, has been producing furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner for nearly 65 years. Getama still produce the same designs to this day, guaranteeing furniture crafted in compliance with Wegner's original drawings and quality. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops. Terms and conditions apply: find out more
John Lewis
The U 525 Chair
£450.00
The U 525 Chair
This iconic chair is now available in different painted finishes, each colour exclusive to John Lewis. Legendary Danish designer, Hans J Wegner often said he designed chairs that he would use himself, and this is evident in the U chair, which typifies Wegner's signature style and is exclusive to John Lewis. Originally penned in 1970, it shares all the characteristics of the chair master's iconic designs; its simple wooden form made up of four legs joining a continuous back and arms wrapping around the sitter. This remarkable shape means it doesn't have one good sitting position, but many, giving the user freedom to move in comfort. The U chair is manufactured exclusively for John Lewis. Considered one of the leading designers of the 20th centuries, Hans J. Wegner's designs were the first to be exported from Denmark in the 1950s, and established the Danish Modern movement. The manufacturer of this piece, Getama, has been producing furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner for nearly 65 years. Getama still produce the same designs to this day, guaranteeing furniture crafted in compliance with Wegner's original drawings and quality. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops. Terms and conditions apply: find out more
John Lewis
Butterfly Easy Chair
£1,100.00
Butterfly Easy Chair
Eminent Danish designer Hans Wegner once philosophised that, A chair should have no rear view. It should be beautiful from all sides and angles. It is this ideology that is apparent in every inch of his 1975 'Butterfly' easy chair. Far from relying on looks alone though, the proof of Butterfly's quality is in the sitting. Through a process of simplification and purification, the resultant curves and acute angles put all focus on the user to offer extremely comfortable use, even over long periods of use. Considered one of the leading designers of the 20th centuries, Hans J. Wegner's designs were the first to be exported from Denmark in the 1950s, and established the Danish Modern movement. The manufacturer of this piece, Getama, has been producing furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner for nearly 65 years. Getama still produce the same designs to this day, guaranteeing furniture crafted in compliance with Wegner's original drawings and quality. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops. Terms and conditions apply; href=http://www.johnlewis.com/inspiration-and-advice/interest-free find out more
John Lewis
The U 525 Chair
£499.00
The U 525 Chair
Legendary Danish designer Hans J Wegner often said he designed chairs that he would 'use himself', and this is evident in the 'U' chair, which typifies Wegner's signature style and is exclusive to John Lewis. Originally penned in 1970, it shares all the characteristics of the chair master's iconic designs; its simple wooden form made up of four legs joining a continuous back and arms wrapping around the sitter. This remarkable shape means it doesn't have one good sitting position, but many, giving the user freedom to move in comfort. The U chair is manufactured exclusively for John Lewis. Considered one of the leading designers of the 20th centuries, Hans J. Wegner's designs were the first to be exported from Denmark in the 1950s, and established the Danish Modern movement. The manufacturer of this piece, Getama, has been producing furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner for nearly 65 years. Getama still produce the same designs to this day, guaranteeing furniture crafted in compliance with Wegner's original drawings and quality. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops. Terms and conditions apply: find out more
John Lewis