"Finally a chair from Jacobsen with four legs and optional armrests!" was the excited press comment in 1955, when Fritz Hansen presented the Series 7 by designer Arne Jacobsen . And since then, this enthusiasm has made so many people reach for the Arne Jacobsen chair of the Series 7 that it is now one of the best-selling seating furniture of all time, with over five million sold.
Reason enough to provide this classic with an appropriate seat cover, thought the German company Hey Sign, where they discovered the material felt for themselves in 1999 and have since created a remarkable collection from this original and environmentally friendly, because renewable material.
The seat cover for the Fritz Hansen showpiece is therefore naturally also made of anti-slip coated felt (AR) "made in Germany". The pleasant material provides additional sitting pleasure due to its warmth and, in contrast to otherwise usual seat cushions, there is no feeling of "princess on the pea" on the flat felt. In addition, the unobtrusive overlay is visually restrained and thus maintains the undoubtedly unique expression of the Serie 7 chair by Arne Jacobsen.
Hey Sign offers the seat covers made of felt with and without anti-slip coating, as well as in many different colours. Furthermore, double pads (two seat pads sewn on top of each other) with and without filling material are also available.