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  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu
  • Knitting chair, 1951, Ib kofod larsen, Menu

Knitting chair, 1951

Knitting chair by Ib Kofod-Larsen for Menu.

Ib Kofod-Larsen's Knitting chair first debuted in 1951 but is now making a return under Menu's concept of “Modernism Reimagined”. The chair was first produced as a limited edition, launching at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Furniture Exhibition and as a result, quickly became a valuable collector's edition.  

The low lounge chair is constructed with an exposed, triangular frame with gently curved seat and back, featuring signature cut-outs to accommodate the elbows when reading (or knitting). The chair's enveloping and well-proportioned form, combined with the ingenious armrests, allows for maximum comfort. 

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Knitting chair by Ib Kofod-Larsen for Menu.

Ib Kofod-Larsen's Knitting chair first debuted in 1951 but is now making a return under Menu's concept of “Modernism Reimagined”. The chair was first produced as a limited edition, launching at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Furniture Exhibition and as a result, quickly became a valuable collector's edition.  

The low lounge chair is constructed with an exposed, triangular frame with gently curved seat and back, featuring signature cut-outs to accommodate the elbows when reading (or knitting). The chair's enveloping and well-proportioned form, combined with the ingenious armrests, allows for maximum comfort. 

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71.3w x 66.9d x 30/90.6cmh

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Frame in natural oak, dark stained oak or walnut. The frame is CNC milled and treated with a wax-oiled finish.
Seat and backrest are made from form-pressed plywood with upholstery in the following fabrics and leather:

Fabric category 1: Remix 3, Maple, Champion, Illusion, MENU Bouclé, Re-wool

Fabric category 2: Canvas 2, Colline 2, Hallingdal 65, Fiord 2, Savanna, Steelcut 2, Steelcut Trio 3, Clay, Moss, Divina Melange

Fabric category 3: Safire, ArcticPonpon

Fabric category 4: Lupo, Atlas

Leather category 1: Ultra, Dakar, Ultra Crib 5

Leather category 2: Shade, Dunes, Nuance

Leather category 3: Royal Nubuck

Please refer to the Upholstery Options pdf in the product downloads section for upholstery swatches and details.

Menu has reproduced the knitting chair in natural materials favoured by Kofod-Larsen, its relatively small footprint affords suitability to both compact and more spacious interiors. The classic, handcrafted design will make a beautiful addition to any contemporary space.

Handmade in Sweden.

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