- Designer : Fritz Henningsen
- Year of Design : 1954
- Material : Wood and upholstery
- H: 101cm; W: 66cm; D: 89cm
- Seat Height : 46cm
- Delivery : Made to order; 6 - 8 weeks
The CH20 Elbow Chair was designed by Hans J.Wegner in 1956 but not actually put into production until 2005. Elbow is a compact dining chair that can also be stacked. The lower back support and horizontal seat also make the chair suitable for working at a table or desk. Made from Danish oak in a variety of finishes, Elbow has an upholstered seat in various fabrics.
Soap - The closest to raw wood; grain and structure are visible; light in colour
Oil - Grain and structure are visible; lighter than soap; creates lustre and brings out contrast in grain and structure. Darkens over time to a rich patina
Clear Lacquer- Grain & structure visible, darker than soap, glossy smooth finish which yellows over time.
White Oil - Same as oil with grain and structure visible with a light tinge.
Fabric Description :
Canvas : 90% New wool worsted 10% Nylon. Refined wool, soft weave. Martindale : 100 000
Remix : 90% New wool worsted 10% Nylon. 3 coloured yarns with irregular colour play inspired by men's tailoring. Martindale : 100 000
Hallingdal : 70% Wool30% Viscose. Richly textural. Martindale : 100 000
Steelcut Trio: 90% New wool worsted 10% Nylon. Innovative weave with three dimesional 'pyramid' surface. Martindale : 100 000
Loke Leather - Buffed, embossed and coated with a protective finish to create a very durable leather. With its uniform texture, this leather offers a practical choice with minimal change in appearance over time.
Thor Leather - This semi-aniline leather has a natural grain and its occasional slight scars and markings add to its individuality. Coated with a protective layer to increase practicality and withstand stains and fading, this leather will wear slightly over time adding to it's appearance.
Sif Leather - A full grain pure analine leather with a naked and natural surface
Fabric samples are available on request : Request a Sample