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J42 Armchair – / Wood by Hay Oiled oak

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£5-18/€5-21

351.81

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J42 Armchair – / Wood by Hay Oiled oak

Hay Armchair Oiled oak Wood. Dimensions: L 57.5 cm x Depth 53.5 x H 87 cm – Seat: H 44.5 x Depth 39 cm. Fans of vintage Scandinavian design will be delighted: Hay has reissued the furniture in the FDB collection, all icons created by leading Danish designers in the 50s and 60s. This small oak armchair is a reissue of the original model created by the famous Danish designer Poul M. Volther in the 1960s. A highly ingenious mix of retro lines and sleek contemporary design. The J42 chair is a new take on a true classic: the Windsor seat, very much in vogue in the 18th century. Poul M. Volther respects the main features of the traditional Windsor chair, including the use of wooden and the back created from fine poles. This gives the great classic cleaner and more modern lines of Scandinavian inspiration. The assembly of poles provides a balanced and wonderfully graceful openwork structure. You’ll love the very graphic effect created by this decorative little chair. Its wide seat offers optimum comfort. The J42 chair will give your table a very on-trend, vintage feel. 

Brand

Hay

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Made In Design

Material

Style

Size

Color

Oiled oak

Availability

In Stock

Used

No

Estimated Delivery

4-10 days

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