GE-375 armchairs, Hans J. Wegner, Getama, 1969
Hans J. Wegner is one of the most influent Danish designers from the 20th century. He is mostly known as a chair designer, since he designed no less than 500 seat models, among them some design icons like the valet chair, Whisbone, Papa bear or Peacock. He worked for major Danish manufacturers like Johannes Hansen, Fritz Hansen, Getama, etc.
Finn Juhl is the father of Danish Modern and Hans J. Wegner contributed to its expansion. In the 50’s Danish design was present in modern interiors all around the world, it was one of the most fashionable style of the time and is still a major trend nowadays.
Pair of early high back GE-375 armchairs. Solid oak frame and cushions upholstered with original beige fabric with brown stripes. The armrest can be removed. With manufacturer’s stamp.
The armchair is very comfortable thanks to its high back, also the large armrests can be removed depending on the buyer’s taste or use.