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Design classic from the SAS Hotel Copenhagen

The Drop chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen is a true furniture classic. Drop It was designed back in 1958 exclusively for Jacobsen's great masterpiece, the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen, for which the Dane also created the iconic armchairs Ei and the swan . The chair never went into mass production Drop chair never went into mass production, making it a coveted collector's item. It took over 50 years before Fritz Hansen was able to produce the chair Drop of the design legend Arne Jacobsen back into production. Now the classic is back and looks as contemporary as ever.

An excellent example of furniture design

The Fritz Hansen Drop is a graceful chair with great character. The chair is as fresh and lively as a new design and yet has a very special history.
The backrest of the Fritz Hansen Drop combines the feeling of a warm embrace with great freedom of movement, resulting in surprising comfort. The teardrop-shaped chair blends elegantly into a variety of interiors, making it an excellent example of furniture design that influences and enhances an entire room with its mere presence and beauty.

Configurable with different fabrics and colors

The Fritz Hansen Drop chair is available in many different colors and materials. This means it adapts perfectly to any ambience.

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Item no. 126315
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Glides Plastic glides
Seat height 46 cm
For outdoor use No
Stackability No
Details White frame
  • Legs
  • Powder coated steel
  • Seat pan
  • ABS plastic nylon reinforced
Colour White
Dimensions Height: 88.5 cm, Depth: 54.5 cm, Length: 45.5 cm
Weight 6.8 kg (without packaging)
Delivery assembled
Height adjustable No
Foldable No
EAN 4250298760131
Design Arne Jacobsen
More information Data sheet for the Drop chair
Category Chairs, Arne Jacobsen Chair, Dining Chairs, Conference Chairs