MS431 High Lounge Chair
Designed and developed: 1952.–1955 Cabinetmaker and designer Henry Hans Schubell’s Lounge Chairs were created in the early 1950s in opposition to the heavy upholstered furniture of the time, boasting the height of comfort with a design aesthetic that was attractive and forward-looking. The two slender chairs have been reintroduced and offer superb lower back support while being impeccably soft and comfortable. The wooden armrest feeds into the pleasingly curved backrest, forming a visible wooden frame that cradle the cushions. Highly complicated to upholster, the chairs demand intensive handcrafting due to the level of detail.
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Oak, Smoked oil, Thor 325
Oak, Black, Thor 377
Oak, White oil, Capture 6101
Oak, Smoked oil, Capture 7201
Oak, Oil, Capture 5101
Oak, Black, Capture 4803
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Thor 377
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Capture 7201
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Capture 5101
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Thor 325
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Capture 4803
Eucalyptus, Smoked oil, Capture 6101
Henry Hans Schubell
Henry Hans Schubell was a Danish cabinetmaker and designer. Together with the upholsterer Arnold Madsen, the two founded Madsen & Schubell in 1945, which went on to produce numerous iconic furniture pieces thanks to Schubell’s passion for wood and Madsen’s expert upholstery skills.