This iconic armchair by Flemming Lassen was designed in 1938 and was originally only made in a single edition. The then controversial, forward-thinking armchair was exhibited at The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Competition and later it became the favorite chair in the Lassen family home - hence its name.
This beautiful tactile and timeless lounge chair will inspire any interior decor scheme for generations to come. The addition of the Ottoman to the Lounge Chair adds even more refinement and a level of superior comfort.
Materials: Oak or walnut, pocket springs, webbing / belts, felt, foam, wadding. Upholstered in Scandilock 17mm Moonlight sheepskin
Dimensions: My Own Lounge Chair - Height: 102cm x Width: 88cm x Depth: 83cm (Seat Height: 40cm) / Ottoman - Height: 40cm x Width: 56cm x Depth: 58cm
Delivery Time: Around 8 weeks
Design Classic from 1938
*** Other fabrics available. Samples available on request, please email us with your requirements and we can arrange.
Architect Flemming Lassen (1902-1984) was a modernist and part of the movement to bring functionalism to Denmark. He is particularly renowned for his overstuffed furniture, receiving major international recognition in the design world for his armchairs which today have become known as “the Flemming Lassen style”. Attended boarding school with Arne Jacobsen and his brother Mogens Lassen, the three of them maintained a close bond through childhood and later in life as colleagues. His iconic 'The Tired Man' armchair designed in 1935 holds the record as the most expensive chair ever sold in Denmark.