Danish architect and designer Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen’s classic Japanese-inspired Lounge Chair captures the simplicity of expression of the Far East and is as relevant today as it was when designed in the 1950s. On a slightly reclining, solid slatted teak wood frame, the loose cushions are attached with simple press studs, making them easy to remove, repair or change for a different accent. It’s a slender and light piece that is timelessly classic. The Lounge Chair comes as both indoor and outdoor versions and can also be placed together in a sofa arrangement.
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Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Thor 325
Eucalyptus, White oil, Capture 6101
Eucalyptus, Dark oil, Capture 5101
Eucalyptus, Oil, Capture 7201
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Thor 377
Eucalyptus, Black, Capture 4803
Oak, Oil, Capture 7201
Oak, Black, Capture 5101
Oak, White oil, Capture 6101
Oak, Smoked oil, Capture 4803
Oak, White oil, Thor 325
Oak, Black, Tjor 377
Oak, Oil, Capture 4803
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.