Leather armchair from the 50s
Ib Kofod-Larsen's Knitting Chair for Menu , which was launched in a limited edition back in 1951, is relaunched by Menu with the idea of "Modernism Reimagined" and returns to the world of modern Danish design.
The chair is the first attempt by the Danish manufacturer to reissue old classics of Danish design. Named after the elbow cutouts that allow for maximum comfort while knitting (or reading), the chair is the work of a master designer. The chair, which in shape resembles a folding chair, looks good in any room and, thanks to its timeless appearance, fits in anywhere.
Re-Edition by Ib Kofod-Larsen
The chair with a particularly low and therefore very comfortable seat height of 30 cm consists of a frame of dark stained and waxed wood. The seat and backrest are made of leather or sheep's wool for extra comfort. The chair's sense of proportion and incomparable quality make it a perfect choice for contemporary interiors and design lovers.