• CH104 sofa, 1970, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH104 sofa, 1970, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH104 sofa, 1970, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH104 sofa, 1970, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son

CH104 sofa, 1970

CH104 sofa by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.

A sumptuous four-seater sofa that works well on its own or in groups. Also available as an armchair (CH101), two-seater sofa (CH102), or a three-seater (CH103).

Part of a series that Wegner designed in 1970, produced in very limited numbers during the 1970s and reintroduced in 2008 on the occasion of Carl Hansen & Son's 100th anniversary. 

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CH104 sofa by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.

A sumptuous four-seater sofa that works well on its own or in groups. Also available as an armchair (CH101), two-seater sofa (CH102), or a three-seater (CH103).

Part of a series that Wegner designed in 1970, produced in very limited numbers during the 1970s and reintroduced in 2008 on the occasion of Carl Hansen & Son's 100th anniversary. 

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286w x 77d x 43/71cmh

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Hand made on a solid beech inner frame with polished stainless steel legs, visible frame and armrest fronts. Cushions are fully upholstered on all sides, built around a foam core wrapped in European down and foam granulate.

This range can be upholstered in a variety of Carl Hansen fabrics or leathers. See downloadable specification sheet for details of the relevant Kvadrat and Gabriel fabric collections. Samples of the full range of Carl Hansen & Son upholstery fabrics are available to view at our shop and showroom.

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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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