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.