The PK20 chair edited by Fritz Hansen was created by Poul Kjaerholm, undoubtedly one of the most prestigious contemporary designers, it is a comfortable and elegant piece in any space.
The original idea was to use spare leather strips from the production of other leather furniture, in order to optimize production. Due to the diversity of these strips, the idea was rejected and, at present, only the best leather strips are used.
The low-backed version of the PK20 is present in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Details: Seat and backrest in Wicker. Matt chromed steel base. Seat height 37 cm.