Vintage Hans Wegner GE375 Easy Armchair Vintage Hans Wegner GE375 Easy Armchair Vintage Hans Wegner GE375 Easy Armchair Vintage Hans Wegner GE375 Easy Armchair

Designed by Hans Wegner for Getama

Vintage Hans Wegner GE375 Easy Armchair

$6,585.00 $5,268.00

Description

An iconic lounge chair, this vintage GE-375 Easy Armchair was designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured by GETAMA, circa 1960s. Displaying a mix of soft cushioning and strong minimalist wood framing, this chair features a high-back design and slightly reclined seat. Structurally lower to the ground, this chair invites a comfortable seat and motivates a relaxed posture.

Hans Wegner was a prolific designer whose elegant, often ebullient, forms and devotion to the finest methods in joinery made "Danish Modern" a popular by word for stylish, well-made furniture in the mid-20th century.

Style: Scandinavian Modern
Period: circa 1960s
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  • Width: 34”
  • Depth: 36.5”
  • Height: 38.5”

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Designer Spotlight

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Hans Wegner

Nicknamed the "King of Chairs", Danish designer Hans Wegner created over 500 chairs during his career, 100 of which were mass-produced and have become design icons. Wegner belonged to the pioneering generation whose work constitutes the "Golden Age" of Danish design.

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