Designed in 1956 by iconic Scandinavian furniture designer Hans Olsen, this version of the Fried Egg Lounge Chair is upholstered in beautiful supple leather. With its design rooted in Danish modernism, this spacious yet comforting lounge chair was playfully christened 'Fried Egg' because of its appearance from above.
Its asymmetrical design means the user can swing their legs over the armrest, creating a unique sense of comfort and multiple seating positions. The frame is produced from the highest quality oak or teak and is upholstered in leather in a range of complementary colours. The Fried Egg is perfect for pulling up to the fire on a chilly night or for relaxing reading the papers on a weekend.
Materials: Base in solid oiled teak, oiled oak or smoked oiled oak. Foam with a choice of Nevotex Soave, Nevotex Vitoria or Nevotex Challenger upholstery leathers.
Dimensions: Height: 68cm x Width: 99cm x Depth: 68cm Seat height: 40cm
Hans Olsen was a Danish furniture designer born in 1919. He began his career as a cabinetmaker, but, at the age of thirty, he decided to attend the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, where he studied architecture under esteemed architect-designer Kaare Klint. Olsens' remarkable designs from the 1950s are vivid examples of the beautiful diversity of Danish Modernism. His Fried Egg chair for Warm Nordic is a true Design Classic.