The Beak OW124 armchair, created by Ole Wanscher, was presented at 1951. It is a splendid example of the designer's unique ability to add a sculptural dimension to their furniture.
The distinctive look of the Beak chair is due in part to the spiked armrests that inspired its name. This feature requires carefully selected materials and skilled labor, as does the upholstered seat and back.
Showing Wanscher's preference for slim dimensions and durable shapes, the design features fine, gently curved elements that blend seamlessly into an organic flow. Only the covers of the armrests remain visible: a functional and decorative detail similar to a bird's eye.
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