Chair for Langelinie Pavilion
The Langelinie Pavilion is located on the grounds of the castle in Copenhagen, overlooking the waterfront that is home to the Little Mermaid. The first Pavilion was built in 1885. The second, built in 1902 for the Royal Danish Yacht Club, was destroyed in the second world war. The current Pavilion was built in 1958 by the architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel in homage to modernism. The Pavilion Chair by Anderssen & Voll for &Tradition is a tribute to the Copenhagen Pavilion and has been specially designed for this iconic multipurpose venue.
Slender Arms and Legs
The challenge was to design a stackable chair that would be characterised by its aesthetic and practical benefits as well as visually suitable for events in the 1958 building. Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll wanted to incorporate modern elements, resulting in a tubular chair that impresses with its slender legs and curved plywood with a light appearance.
Made from Bent Tubular Steel and Moulded Plywood
The curvaceous silhouette is a real eye-catcher in public facilities as well as in your own home. The chair is made ffom bent tubular steel and moulded plywood. The Pavilion Chair looks particularly great in a concert hall, a modern hotel lobby or at the kitchen table in your private living space.
It is available in various colours and in a version with armrests.