1. Poet Armchair - Replica
  2. Poet Armchair - Replica
  3. Poet Armchair - Replica
  4. Poet Armchair - Replica
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Poet Armchair - Replica

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Regular Price: £1,118

Special Price with Discount: £559

 
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Description

  • Classic design from 1941
  • Cashmere upholstery
  • Beautifully handcrafted
  • Choice of colour

Poet Armchair - Replica

You can be sure you’ve made the right choice when you select the Poet Armchair for your living room! Initially produced by influential Danish designer Finn Juhl in 1941 for his own home, this stunning armchair is both comfortable and chic. Produced with luxurious cashmere upholstery complete with button detailing and solid wooden legs, you’ll love curling up on this sofa to relax. Originally exhibited on Niels Vodder’s stand at the Cabinetmaker’s Guild Exhibition, why not make this beautiful piece your home’s newest exhibit?

We produce the iconic Poet Armchair in plush cashmere with solid wooden legs. Choose from a range of different colours to fit your home. The cushion is removable and attached by Velcro.

Additional Information

SKU 14225
Height 87 cm
Width 68 cm
Depth 81 cm
Height of Seat 42.5 cm

About the Designer

Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl

Renowned for his furniture design, Danish Finn Juhl studied under Kay Fisker at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts for Architecture. After graduating Juhl worked at Vilhelm Lauritzen’s architectural firm for 10 years and received the C.F. Hansen prize for young architects.

In 1945 Juhl left Vilhelm Lauritzen to set up his own specialist interior and furniture design practice in Copenhagen. Not his first venture into furniture design, Juhl had previously exhibited at the Cabinet Makers’ Guild Exhibition making his furniture design debut showcasing his collaboration with cabinet designer Niels Vodder in 1937.

Creating organic shapes in order to bring a softer edge to wooden modernist chairs, Juhl’s designs stand out from the work of the Danish modernist movement in his choice of materials, with his preference for dark woods over oak which was often favoured by other designers in the movement.