Carl Hansen FH38 Windsor Chair
The FH38 Windsor Chair was designed in 1938 by the Danish architect and cabinetmaker Frits Henningsen. In continuous production at Carl Hansen & Søn until 2003, the majestic chair is now reissued with modern comfort in mind. Available today at Utility in a selection of finishes.
- Designer : Frits Henningson
- Year of Design : 1938
- Materials : FCS certified solid oak
- Dimensions : H: 100cm; W: 60cm; D: 67cm
- Seat Height : 45cm
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Created in 1938, the Carl Hansen & Son FH38 Windsor Chair is light in its expression thanks to its open spindle frame and gently curved back, seat, and armrests. A fusion of a dining chair and a lounge chair, this Windsor chair is precision shaped from solid FSC™-certified oak, standing as a testament to the enduring appeal of solid wood and expert carpentry.
Expert craftsmanship is required to overcome the technical carpentry challenges the Windsor chair poses, and every transition and curve requires hand-sanding, relying on a "feel test" for the final finish. As a result, each chair is completely unique, epitomising the beauty of traditional craftsmanship that has been refined over the centuries.