CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son Natural Wood - Leather - Classic Leather - Beige #F44

The replica of Hans Wegner and Carl Hanson & Son's Shell CH07 chair, combines the advantages of an original chair and a comfortable chair.

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Height 74,5 cm
Width 82
Seat Height 38 cm
Depth 65 cm
Seat Width 45 cm
CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son

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  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son
  • CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son

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The famous CH07 Shell Chair has been designed by Hans Wegner.

Three-legged and beautiful; the replica of the CH07 shell chair is a wood chair that you will want to have in your living room, hall, bedroom, bar or restaurant.

Simultaneously minimalistic yet generous with a broad wing-shaped seat and curved legs; Diiiz replica of the CH07 shell chair stands firm despite its three legs. 

Diiiz replica of CH07 Shell Chair is made of form-pressed veneer.

The seat and back of the CH07 Shell chair replica are available upholstered in fabric or leather. Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1963 Diiiz gives you the chance to have it at an affordable price. 

Hans J. Wegner is widely considered to be one of the leading figures in 20th century furniture design - and a driving force in the “Danish Modern” movement that changed the way people looked at furniture in the 1950s and 1960s.Among his famous creation, we can found the Wishbone chair, the CH07 Chair, the round Chairs and many others.

In his whole carreer, Hans Wegner has developed more than 500 models of Chairs.

Wegner's designs were manufactured by several manufacturers: Getama, Fredericia Stolefabrik, AP Stolen, Johannes Hansen, Andreas Tuck, Ry Mobler,  Carl Hansen & Sons, Fritz Hansen, PP Mobler and Erik Jorgensen.

Many of Wegner's wooden chairs are characterized by traditional joinery techniques including mortise and tenons, finger joints, and sculpted elements such as armrests and seat supports.

Wegner also utilized traditional construction for upholstered pieces, and often mixed materials such as solid wood, plywood, metal, upholstery, caning, and papercord.

Wegner said of his work "I have always wanted to make unexceptional things of an exceptionally high quality..."[2] The key designs featured here are known for taking traditional elements and pushing them to extreme tolerances and distillations.

  • J16 Rocking Chair, 1944.
  • Chinese Chair (no.1), 1944: inspired by a portrait of Danish merchants sitting in traditional Ming chairs. .
  • The Peacock Chair (1947) inspired by a traditional Windsor chair. Wegner exaggerated the arched back, creating a high backed, yet airy chair.
  • "The Chair", 1949. The Chair best represents Wegner's design philosophy of "continuous purification...to cut down to the simplest possible elements of four legs, a seat, and a combined top rail and armrest"[2] The Chair was a collaboration of Wegner and furniture maker Johannes Hansen (now made by PP Mobler as models PP501/PP503). The construction features 11 pieces of wood joined by 12 mortise and tenons and two large finger joints.
  • Folding Chair, 1949. Lightweight with a cane seat, drawing on historic folding chairs.
  • Wishbone Chair, 1949. The Wishbone chair was the first collaboration between Wegner and maker Carl Hansen, who has produced it since 1950. In 1944 Wegner began a series of chairs inspired by a portrait of Danish merchants sitting in traditional Ming chairs. The Wishbone chair is the last and most distinct of the series.
  • Flag Halyard Chair, 1950. While Wegner often drew from historical forms he also created forms without precedent. The Flag Halyard was inspired by a trip to the beach, during which Wegner carved out the form in the sand.
  • Valet chair,1953. This chair has elements for hanging up or storing each piece of a man's suit. The backrest is carved to be used as a coat hanger, pants can be hung on a rail at the edge of the seat and everything else can be stowed in a storage space underneath the seat.
  • Ox Chair,1960. which came with or without horns, showed the less serious side of Wegner's designs. "We must take care," he once said, "that everything doesn't get so dreadfully serious. We must play--but we must play seriously."[1] The Ox was Wegner's favorite chair and occupied a space in his livingroom until he died.[1]
  • Shell Chair, 1963. In 1938 Wegner had entered the Organic Home Furnishings competition at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.

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CH07 Shell Chair Hans Wegner Carl Hanson & Son

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The replica of Hans Wegner and Carl Hanson & Son's Shell CH07 chair, combines the advantages of an original chair and a comfortable chair.

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