• CH44 lounge chair, 1956, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH44 lounge chair, 1956, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH44 lounge chair, 1956, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH44 lounge chair, 1956, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH44 lounge chair, 1956, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH44 lounge chair, 1956, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son

CH44 lounge chair, 1956

CH44 lounge chair by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.

Easy chair with a small footprint that is easy to move - yet substantial enough to stand on its own; ideal in areas where a heavier armchair would be too dominant and where a natural, light atmosphere is wanted.

PDF available to download to illustrate the different wood finishes and lacquer colours. Please also download Maintenance Advice as PDF for more information regarding the different wood finishes and how to care for them.

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CH44 lounge chair by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.

Easy chair with a small footprint that is easy to move - yet substantial enough to stand on its own; ideal in areas where a heavier armchair would be too dominant and where a natural, light atmosphere is wanted.

PDF available to download to illustrate the different wood finishes and lacquer colours. Please also download Maintenance Advice as PDF for more information regarding the different wood finishes and how to care for them.

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64w x 66d x 39/80cmh

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Seat hand-woven in paper cord (unbleached/natural or black). Available in Danish oak in a variety of finishes (soap, clear lacquer, oil, white oil, lacquered in CHS colour). 

Seat cushions available. Please contact us for more details.

Carl Hansen opened his furniture workshop in Odense, Denmark in 1908 and soon became known for the high quality of his work.

Carl Hansen opened his furniture workshop in Odense, Denmark in 1908 and soon became known for the high quality of his work.

In the early days, the company produced bespoke furniture – including everything from dining room sets to bedroom suites. As the company grew and times changed, however, it gradually began to produce smaller series of its most popular pieces. This combination of hand craftsmanship and rational series production soon became the firm’s hallmark – and continues to set it apart today.

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