1. Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica
  2. Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica
  3. Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica
  4. Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica
  5. Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica
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Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica

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  • An international design icon from 1958
  • Sought-after anniversary piece
  • Unique form for comfort and functionality

Egg Chair - Special Edition - Replica

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen’s iconic Egg Chair in 2008, a jubilee version of the seat was created, comprising a high-grade premium leather finish. The special edition has the same unique characteristics as the original design and is a sophisticated addition to any contemporary setting. Sheltered for privacy, its cosy structure integrates the surroundings, making it the focal point of any style-led space.

We produce the Egg Chair Special Edition with a handmade cushion in premium leather. The underside is made of quality nubuck leather, coupled with premium leather on the top in a choice of three colours. The pedestal is sturdy aluminium with gold coloured finish.

Additional Information

SKU 2948
Height 99 cm
Width 86 cm
Depth 79 cm
Height of Seat 43 cm

About the Designer

Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen

A career encapsulated by flirting between controversy and art nouveaux genius, Arne Jacobsen established global infamy by combining modernist ideals with a Nordic love of naturalism. Born in Copenhagen in 1902, Jacobsen secured an education at the Royal Academy of Arts in his homeland, drawing all future inspiration from the study of leading architects and designers of that era.

Despite elements of opposition towards avant-garde principals and idiosyncrasies within his architecture, Jacobsen is most decorated for his work within interior, furniture, textile and porcelain design - praised for a clear styling and the successful combination of form and function. There can be no greater compliment paid than the sheer fact that some of the Dane’s work received classic status during his lifetime, reaching cinematic acclaim with the use of his pieces in Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Arne Jacobsen’s use of propelled curves in a minimalist fashion earned his furniture countless awards, including the 1968 International Design Award from the American Institute of Interior Designers, the 1967 ID-prize from the Danish Society of Industrial Design and the 1957 Milan XI Triennale in Italy.