- Designer : Arne Jacobsen
- Year of Design : 1952
- Material : Beech with chromed base
H: 80.5cm; W: 51cm; D: 48cm
Seat Height : 46.5cm
- Quickship Delivery : 3 - 4 weeks (dependant on quantity)
The Ant Chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen was designed in 1952, a predecessor to the Series 7 Chair. Not very popular when it was first launched the original had only three legs and no arms - a radical approach to chair design at the time! Whilst the three legged version is still available this four legged version is stackable.
The slender shell is made up of 9 layers of beech veneer. Its shape also allows the Ant Chair to flex to the body's contours, making it an extremely comfortable chair.
Suitable for just about any application the Ant Chair comes in a range of coloured ash, smooth lacquered and natural wood finishes.
***COLOUR SWATCHES ARE AVAILABLE. PLEASE ASK US FOR FURTHER DETAILS***
Coloured Ash - Ash has a wide grain and this is fully visible through the colour finish.
Lacquered - Almost no surface texture with a uniform colour.
Veneer - A natural wooden veneer with a clear lacquer where grain and texture and natural wood colour are clearly visible.