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Defined by an exposed, triangular construction, a gently curved seat and back ideally pitched for relaxation, and distinctive cut-outs for resting the elbows when reading (or, of course, knitting) the Knitting Chair a affirmed Kofod-Larsen’s reputation as a master of proportion and unexpected, sculptural form.
It was put into production when release din the 1950s – but only as a limited edition. Since then, the sophisticated, inventive design has become an increasingly valuable and sought-a er collector’s item. The lounge chair is beautiful from every angle, making it easy to t into any room layout. And, given the chair’s enveloping comfort, it has a relatively small footprint, making it a match for both compact and more spacious interiors.
The newspapers and knitting needles of Kofod-Larsen’s day may have partially given way to smartphones and tablets – but rest assured: the designer’s clever armrests accommodate our modern unwinding just fine, too.
The solid oak frame is CNC-milled and treated with a wax-oiled finish. Seat and backrest are made from form-pressed plywood and upholstered in textile or leather. Assembly is done by hand.
- Ib Kofod-Larsen (Denmark c.1951)
- Made in Sweden
- Dark stained oak, plywood, foam and Nevotek Dakar 0311 Leather
- Height 91 cm / 35.8"
- Width 75.5 cm / 30"
- Depth 70 cm / 27,5"
- Front Seat Height 33 cm / 13"
- Weight 11kg / 24.3 lbs
Danish-born architect and furniture designer Ib Kofod-Larsen (1921–2003) earned his architecture degree from the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen, opening his own studio in Copenhagen in 1948. A prominent gure in Danish Modernism alongside such masters as Kaare Klint, Hans J. Wegner, Børge Mogensen, Finn Juhl and Nanna Ditzel, Kofod-Larsen viewed Scandinavian design not as a regional phenomenon but as part of international modernism. He enjoyed great success internationally, becoming the best- selling Danish architect in the US in the 50s, working with furniture manufacturers in Germany, Sweden, Japan, the US and the UK, and exhibiting throughout Europe and the US.
Menu is a Danish design brand with a simple yet significant purpose: to enrich modern living through designs that connect individuals creatively, comfortably and functionally.
Since 1978, they have harnessed the skills of top designers and craftspeople around the world to create contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories that are clean, clever and natural, infusing a sense of calm through high-quality materials in minimalist silhouettes.
By connecting the dots between home, work and hospitality, their designs redefine how we use space and, ultimately, how we connect to those around us.