The Heritage Chair from 1930 is as a true modern masterpiece. A supremely comfortable and organic easy chair that adds charm to any room.
- Frame Solid Beech
- Seat/Back Flame Retardant Cold Foam
- Height: 102 cm / 40.2 inch
- Width: 76 cm / 29.9 inch
- Depth: 95 cm / 37.4 inch
- Seat Height: 41 cm / 16.1 inch
- Please contact us to order contrasting buttons
- Leather buttons are available in four different colors (Sif 90, 93, 95 & 98) and can be combined with all CHS fabric & leather groups
Passionate craftsmanship means many things to different people. To Carl Hansen it means everything. It has been so ever since 1908 when Carl Hansen founded his company on a strong belief: outstanding craftsmanship and rational serial production could go hand-in-hand to provide customers with high-quality furniture at a reasonable price. Today they continue to build on this simple but strong idea, combining traditional woodworking techniques with the latest technology to produce furniture of lasting value.
Carl Hansen & Son FH419 Heritage Chair Designed by:
- Frits Henningsen , 1930
Denmark, 1889 - 1965
Frits Henningsen was a Danish furniture designer and cabinet maker who achieved high standards of quality with exclusively handmade pieces. Henningsen was both the proprietor of a furniture-making workshop with a team of cabinetmakers in central Copenhagen as well as the designer of his own products. An active member of the Cabinetmakers Guild from 1927, he was admired by his peers for the high quality of his craftsmanship.
Many of his pieces were crafted in exotic woods such as palisander and mahogany. All his furniture is handmade in line with traditional, labour-intensive methods from the 19th century. His pieces are noted for their elegance, above all for the soft curves in the arms of his chairs and sofas, demonstrating his traditional approach aiming to combine style and comfort.
In 1942, Henningsen distanced himself from the younger designers of the day who increasingly used straight lines in their work, believing furniture design needed to maintain curvature which contributed to a homely look.