The by Lassen 'The Tired Man Lounge Chair' is a truly iconic piece, originally designed for The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Competition in 1935 by Flemming Lassen. It was re-launched in 2015 at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, the design is defined by an organic and voluptuous profile.
It was designed to make the sitter feel warm and safe, “like a polar bear cub in its mother’s arms”. Stylish and inviting, the chair's vast curved form and overflowing armrests provide the utmost comfort and offer the perfect place to sit back and relax.
Materials: Natural Oak frame, with natural oak legs, front legs are on wheels.
Dimensions: Height: 88cm x Width: 102cm x Depth: 87cm
Delivery Time: Around 8 weeks
Design Classic from 1935
Fabric Options:Hallingdal 65 (70% new wool, 30% viscose) Grey Colour: 130 or Blue 764
*** 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.