Color: Black Aniline Leather
- FK 6720 easy chair was originally designed by Fabricius & Kastholm in 1968.
- The seat and back are supported by shaped curved wood.
- Handrails with the original leather rope braiding. Ideal for Home and Office Use - Living Rooms, Dining Rooms, Bedrooms, Nurseries, Waiting Areas, Parties, Banquets, etc.
- The frame is made of 304# stainless steel, 32*12mm thickness. solid stainless steel in brushed finish.
- Loose cushions with full italian leather or aniline leather upholstery, and fillings are doll cotton and high flexible foam.
Details: Product Attributes:
Approximate Dimensions (inch/cm):
Chair Height: 32.5inch/83cm;
Seat Depth: 32inch/81cm;
Seat Width: 29inch/74cm;
Seat Height: 18inch/46cm;
Detailed Size as attached photo.
Great for both Home & Office use - Dining Rooms, Living Rooms, Family Rooms, Bedrooms, Nurseries, Offices, Waiting Areas, Parties, Banquets, Patios, Porch, Balconies, and any space you prefer to place!
The FK6720 easy chair and sofa series was originally designed in 1968. The comfortable and sophisticated FK 6720 1-Seater is a prime example of minimalist Danish design. Designed by Jorgen Kastholm and Preben Fabricius, luxurious leather upholstered cushions rest on top of a beautifully structured angular stainless steel base. Leather cord wrapped around the arms of the sofa adds to the retro-like style of the seat.
About the designer:
Trained cabinet-maker Preben Fabricius met blacksmith Jorgen Kastholm at the School for Interior Design and found a common approach to furniture design - never wanting to compromise on aesthetics. In 1961, the pair set up a design studio in a Gentofte cellar without any firm arrangements with manufacturers, but by '65 they had secured a lucrative deal with German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The next year, their international breakthrough came at the Cologne Fair with a whole series of office and home furniture, leading to orders from ten large furniture concerns. Among their most successful works were the Tulip Chair, Grasshopper Chair, and Scimitar Chair, which highlighted their style of minimalist designs, both attractive and comfortable, usually in steel and leather. The pieces of furniture they produced during their seven-year period of cooperation from 1961 to 1968 were so distinctive that many are still produced today as classics.