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PK31 Armchair - Replica

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Regular Price: £1,718

Special Price with Discount: £859

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  • Modernist design from 1958
  • Great comfort
  • Handcrafted from quality materials

PK31 Armchair - Replica

The PK31 Armchair is one of Poul Kjaerholm’s most famous pieces, popular for its elegance and functional design. It is fully upholstered in leather and each cushion is designed with six pockets to help the padding keep its shape and provide superb comfort. The trapezoid arms and modern, angular shape of the chair create the individual character of the piece. The PK31 Armchair provides spacious seating, supported by a stable and artistically designed stainless steel frame.

We produce this design classic in premium or classic leather upholstery in a choice of colours. The unique steel legs complete this elegant piece. It is also available as a two and three-seater sofa.

Additional Information

SKU 988
Height 72 cm
Width 84 cm
Depth 76 cm

About the Designer

Poul Kjaerholm

Poul Kjaerholm

Lauded for his distinctive style of furniture design, Poul Kjaerholm was born in Øster Vrå, Denmark in 1929. His pieces are considered to contain a minimalist yet articulate form, all embossed with that signature style that continues to be celebrated worldwide to this day.

With the humble beginning as a cabinetmaker's apprentice with the firm Gronbech in 1948, Kjaerholm went on to forge his design ideology at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen. Shirking away from the majority of his Scandinavian counterparts, the Dane chose steel as his primary material of choice over wood. "Steel’s constructive potential is not the only thing that interests me, the refraction of light on its surface is an important part of my artistic work.”

Awarded the prestigious Lunning Award and Grand Prize at the Milan Trennali in 1958 and 1960 respectively; Kjaerholm’s designs continue to be included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and within numerous other museums across Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany.