The Series 7™ which was designed by Arne Jacobsen is by far the biggest sells success of a chair in the history of Fritz Hansen and especially in the history of the furniture. The sevener out of compression-moulded inlay is an advancement of the classic Ant™.
The four-legged stackable chair can be deemed to be a coronation of the techniqe of the glueing. This technique was perfectionated in the 20s and 30s by Søren C. Hansen, the grandson of the founder Fritz Hansen. Arne Jacobsen, the legendary Danish designer, created the possibility of the glueing at the creation of the legendary design of this chair.
The Series 7 sallegorises the chair in the collection of Fritz Hansen with the biggest implementation. The childrens chair with the seat height of 32 centimetres is ligt, stackable and besides the beech version also available in some lacquers. Its frame is chromed.Also in our blog:
The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair: Monochrome design
60 years Series 7 – one chair one story