Chair made of wood and wickerwork
The CH47 is an elegant chair designed in 1965 by Danish architect and designer Hans J. Wegner. It can be used in a variety of ways at home dining tables or in public areas such as restaurants or churches.
The seat consists of hand-woven paper cords, for which the designer was inspired by the traditional braiding techniques. Carl Hansen uses robust oak for the frame, which comes exclusively from sustainably managed forests. The use of natural materials in combination with stylish design is the hallmark of Carl Hansen's high-quality craftsmanship and is the reason for the company's success.
The CH47's formal language is characterised on the one hand by straight surfaces and simple connections, and on the other the wooden frame with round legs embodies qualities that, in combination with Hans J. Wegner's understanding of an organic minimalism, correspond to.
Wooden chair without armrest
Without armrests, the Carl Hansen chair is particularly suitable for smaller living and dining rooms, as the chair can be slid under the table to save space.
Available in various versions with natural or black cord, the natural wooden chair can be combined with numerous dining tables.