The original version of the Oxford chair edited by Fritz Hansen was designed for the professors of St. Catherine's College in Oxford, at 1963. When the Dean of the College of St. Catherine's chose Arne Jacobsen to build the extension of the university, he was responsible for designing the surrounding landscaping and a series of furniture. Despite the initial protests and the uproar, Arne Jacobsen received an honorary doctorate in Oxford at the end of the project. This innovative example of design for Fritz Hansen is considered today as one of the most outstanding works of A. Jacobsen.
Details: Armchair with armrests and legs. Structure in aluminum.
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