Finn Juhl achieved a wave of international success during the 1950s, in part thanks to its association with Danish furniture manufacturer France & Son.
The France armchair, or the FJ 136, as it is also known, was designed for the US brandet in the late 50s. Originally, the armchair was sold disassembled, which was France's business idea and the main driver of its success in the US brandet. Today, however, the armchair is delivered fully assembled. It is edited by Onecollection -through House of Finn Juhl—.
Details: Price for armchair with oak frame and upholstered in Elegance Walnut leather. 38 cm seat height.
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