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ARNE JACOBSEN AND THE MOST SOLDIER NORDIC CHAIR IN THE WORLD
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ARNE JACOBSEN AND THE MOST SOLDIER NORDIC CHAIR IN THE WORLD

The philosophy of Fritz Hansen has always been to manufacture pieces that last a life, out of fashions and that there is no change in 40-50 years. Instead of producing a lot and very cheap, his idea is to make little, perfect and with a price commensurate with the quality. The name of Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen have been united from 1.934. At that time, Arne Jacobsen was very productive, both as an architect and as a designer.

At the end of the 50 years, he designed the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen and it was in this project that the Egg - Swan Armchair and the 3300 sofas were born. Three pieces that today are an icon of design worldwide.

But if there is one piece of Jacobsen that has crossed all the limits it is the chair 7 Series, which in its day supposed the culmination of the laminate technique. Each shell is produced with 7 layers of wood (that's the name) joined by fine cotton that makes the wood flexible.

The result is a perfect chair that adapts to any functional or luxurious environment due to the multiple possibilities of personalization. From the simplest in wood o lacquered up to the housing completely upholstered in elegance leather. In addition to the finish of the casing, the leg can also be customized making the chair even more versatile.

It is one of the best selling furniture in the world. Also one of the most copied but impossible to replicate due to the perfect lamination of its construction.

Now in Naharro for the purchase of 4 SERIES 7 chairs of any finish, only 3 are paid. This is a promotion valid until the 31 of January of 2017.

Naharro It's official distributor Fritz Hansen in Spain.