In 1964, Finn Juhl designed a light, elegant and stackable chair in polyamide. The FJ 64 chair is significantly different from most other Danish designs, both in form and materials, and emphasizes that Finn Juhl was brave, versatile and ahead of his time.
The chair, however, never went into production and was forgotten in the archives, but as Finn Juhl once said: "One should not despair over the fact that some of their developments that one expected would never occur. Maybe they will be revived someday in the future if necessary or reasonable, when the time comes. "
The chair shell is molded in polyamide reinforced with fiberglass. The legs are made of thin steel tubes and painted in black, orange, light blue or light gray. They are completed with wooden fingers in teak, oak or walnut.
Details: Price for chair with legs in orange and tacos in walnut. Seat height of 45 cm.
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