Initially presented in 1938, the armchair Little petra won instant accolades at the Copenhagen Cabinet Guild Furniture Show, and subsequently won awards at shows in New York and Berlin. It was one of the architect's new designs Viggo Boesen, who became associated with the Danish design aesthetic in the 30s, called the style funkis . Distinguished by a softer, more abundant organic aesthetic that defied Bauhaus's minimalist approach.
Named after Boesen's mother-in-law, Little Petra is surprisingly small, capable of adapting to all kinds of spaces, interiors and environments. Low, open and enveloping, it embodies the essence of an armchair, allowing it to fit into all kinds of cozy environments imaginable.
& Tradition has worked hard to ensure maximum comfort, from the seat to the upholstery. Respecting Boesen's love for natural materials, the chair's legs have been crafted from oak or walnut. The result is a cozy armchair that invites you to linger.
Details: Price for the armchair with legs in white oil oak and upholstered in Karakorom 001 fabric.
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