Pair of Inger Klingenberg Dining Chairs for France and Son
Strong architectural lines contrast with smooth curves to cut a striking silhouette.
Danish furniture maker France and Son collaborated with some of the leading Scandinavian architects and designers to create progressive high end furniture. This collaboration with Danish designer Inger Klingenberg (1932-1997) is no exception. Klingenberg was educated at the school of interior design in Copenhagen before establishing her own design firm in 1958. Her husband was the American designer Ross Littel, an employee of Charles Eames.
It's almost a shame to hide these gorgeous Danish dining chairs beneath a table. Luminous teak grain is shown off beautifully with the dramatic, curved slat backrest and the simple linear proportions reminiscent of Japanese architecture. Elegant form and clean lines offer what we think is definitely a supportive, comfortable experience.
/ These chairs are not an exact match. One chair supports a more substantial front rail, as per photos.
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/ Price is for both chairs.
Materials: A beautiful solid rosewood frame, complemented by upholstery
Wood Finish: Excellent original condition with new finish applied
Construction: Joints are sturdy and solid. All checked and ready to go
Fabric Type: Seats have been reupholstered with Tanning 'Pewter' designer fabric from James Dunlop. Composition: 71% PVC, 26% PL, 3% PU. Do not bleach / Do not dryclean / Do not iron / Do not tumble dry / Do not wash / Warning: Sponge gently with warm water and non-alkaline soap