Hans Wegner's name is synonymous with Danish design the world over, and his seemingly simple chair designs helped usher in an appreciation for Scandinavian modern design in the United States. Here we highlight seven gems from the Wegner design archive.
Pair of teak 1960s chairs by Hans Wegner, made in Melbourne, Australia under license by Danish Deluxe. They are one of the nicest designs not only by Wegner, but Denmark in general. With amazing finger jointed backs and balanced proportions- a truly iconic design. These iconic chairs were designed
Buy Carl Hansen @ Olsonbaker.com | The founder and first-generation owner Carl Hansen was a master cabinetmaker who made furniture to order as well as in small series. He opened his first workshop in Odense Denmark in 1908. The cooperation between Carl Hansen & Son and Hans J. Wegner began in 1949.
The very first model Hans J. Wegner designed exclusively for Carl Hansen & Søn in 1949, the CH24 or Wishbone Chair, has been in continuous production since its introduction in 1950. Now available in oiled mahogany. #carlhansenandson
Designed by Hans Wegner in 1950, the CH23 Dining Chair has been reintroduced by Carl Hansen & Son. Following piece's original drawings, this dining chair is an early example of Wegner's unique style. The elegantly shaped cruciform caps on teh backrest and double-woven seat give insight into this chair's intricate craftmanship. Overall Dimensions Width: 19.8" Depth: 19.8" Height: 30.9" Seat Height: 17.5" Materials Made of solid oak or walnut with a form-pressed veneer backrest.
Rare set of 6 dining chairs model W1 designed by Hans Wegner Produced by C.M Madsen in Denmark Oak and leather Good vintage condition, with signs of usage and nice patina 1950’s Mid century, Scandinavia Dimensions (W x D x H): 55 x 46 x 75 cm, SH: 43 cm Price: SOLD Item no: 122939
Early Hans Wegner Flag Halyard chair with original lacquered steel frame in white with black feet. Seat and back of continuous plaited flag halyard. Includes adjustable black leather headrest and sheepskin throw. Model GE 225 was designed in 1950 and manufactured by GETAMA, Denmark, 1960s.