This light, elegant chair was designed in the 1950s by the Danish architect, Hans Olsen. Thanks to its classic expression, The Orange chair will complement either a contemporary or more timeless interior as an effortless addition to the existing furniture in the home. Hans Olsen’s The Orange chair is one of the earliest known shell chairs and acquired its name because of its characteristic back and seat, which are reminiscent of orange peel. Reflecting both the era’s experiments with colour and the architect’s own playful attitude to design, this upholstered shell chair is also available in a two-tone version. The chair is also referred to as ‘Model 134’.
Moulded plywood. Outer veneer in sliced oak. 7 inner layers made of beech, White oiled oak, smoked oak, black lacquered oak