Last year we flicked through our 55-year-old furniture archives of packshots, sketches and catalogues, and stumbled across The Chair and The Footstool, which haven’t been in production since the early ‘70s. Not only was the design still very interesting and inspiring but so was the story behind the initial concept.
Back in the 1950’s, a new furniture entered the Danish homes – the television. Representation of joyful family members and friends gathered together in front of the television screen is an iconographic archetype of this era. None the less, this major interest led to a challenge in the living rooms - the limited amount of available seats. To overcome the problem, Eiler Hansen set his mind to design and develop chairs and footstools that could fit in every living room, making it possible for everybody to have a seat.
The main idea was that every piece had to be well proportioned, functional and comfortable with clean lines.
The forgotten icons have now been re-launched. With the re-launch we want to focus on the original design but yet with a modified concept by breathing fresh life into each piece. Our aim is to create furniture that has the ability to discreetly light up any type of space.
The collection is still characterized by great craftsmanship, a unique simple design and an inherent sense of quality.
Carefully chosen materials make each piece built to last, and to stand the test of time.
All our furniture comes with a story, capturing a moment in history, which remains relevant to this day — Handcrafted and heartfelt.