Flag Halyard Chair | Hans Wegner Style

Flag Halyard Chair | Hans Wegner Style


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Aniline - Black

Aniline Black Leather imported from Italy and features waxy oil finish on top .

Aniline - White

Aniline White Leather imported from Italy and features waxy oil finish on top .





Flag Halyard Chair’s Story:

Hans Wenger, the famed designer, believed that furniture was a form of art that was meant for the human body. This belief can be easily noticed in the Halyard Chair created by Wenger. You can lounge in this cradle-like chair comfortably for long periods without any problem. With its perfect balance and strong build, the Flag Halyard Chair is one of the best examples of what modern design is capable of achieving.


Flag Halyard Chair’s Details and Specifications: 

The features of this premium reproduction from Furnish Concept Plus are:

  1. Dimensions: Width is 41in, Depth is 45.75in and Height is 31.25in.
  2. Solid brushed frame featuring 304-grade stainless steel.
  3. The frame has been wrapped by 240m by flag line with perfect tension enabling you to enjoy a comfortable seat.
  4. The headrest is made with only down feathers and is upholstered with Italian Aniline Leather.
  5. It comes with Australian sheep skin of the long-haired variety.
  6. The base has been coated with white powder for a glamorous finish.
  7. This is the only reproduction of the Halyard Chair sold in North America.


Product Dimension (Inches):

W=44 x D=42 x H=32 x SH=15

Additional information

Aniline – Black, Aniline – White

About the Designer
Hans J Wegner Hans J. Wegner Hans Jørgensen Wegner, (April 2, 1914 – January 26, 2007), was a world-renowned Danish furniture designer. His high quality and thoughtful work, along with a concerted effort from several of his manufacturers,[1] contributed to the international popularity of mid-century Danish design. His style is often described as Organic Functionality, a modernist school with emphasis on functionality. This school of thought arose primarily in Scandinavian countries with contributions by PoulHenningsen, Alvar Aalto, and Arne Jacobsen. In his lifetime he designed over 500 different chairs, over 100 of which were put into mass production and many of which have become recognizable design icons. Wegner worked for some time for Arne Jacobsen, a successful Danish designer. Wegner was in charge of the furniture in the Aarhus Municipal Hall, which Jacobsen designed.[3] After some years under Jacobsen, Wegner started his own company. Along with fellow architect BørgeMogensen, he designed furniture for FDB (a Danish chain of grocery stores), spearheaded by Erik Kold – who founded an organization of Danish furniture makers that launched Danish design abroad. In his later years Wegner became more attached to PP Møbler (which produces many of pieces originally designed for Johannes Hansen) and for whom he designed several chairs late in his life. He remained active throughout his life. An example of his later work is the “Hoop Chair”, originally designed in 1965 with a steel tube base and finally put into production made entirely in wood in 1985 (for PP Møbler). Wegner retired from public life only in the last decade of his life.
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