The understated KLL Bench picks up on the designer’s Japanese collection from the 1950s, where simplicity and clarity underpin each piece’s ethos. Loose cushions fix with press studs directly onto the wooden slats, allowing you to easily update the bench’s look, with leather and fabric upholstery. The piece has a distinct stainless steel construction and legs made of solid round wood, carried by a slender and light expression. With typical versatility from Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen’s mid-century designs, the Bench comes in both indoor and outdoor versions.
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Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen
1920 - 2001
Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen was a Danish architect and designer, and he worked on several prestigious architectural projects in Denmark. As a furniture designer, Lyngfeldt Larsen made a reputation for himself thanks to his designs produced by Danish manufacturers such as Søborg Møbelfabrik and Søren Willadsen.