The Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair is a chair designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 for Radisson SAS hotel in Copenhagen. The Egg Chair was designed in a typical Jacobsen style, where there was no fear of pushing the material to its limit, and often using entirely new materials to make his designs come true. Related to the Egg chair is the Swan chair and, to some degree, many of Jacobsen's plywood chairs such as "7", the Ant, the Cigar, the Grand Prix-chair, the Pot, the Drop and the Giraffe.
The organically shaped Egg chair has become an icon of Danish furniture worldwide. Because of the Egg chair’s unique shape, it creates a certain sense of privacy whether its being used in an office or at home. Add the matching Egg Chair Ottoman in order to fully satisfy your lounging needs.
Arne Jacobsen is the Danish architect who master the most personal and successful interpretation of the international functionalism. Jacobsen (11 February 1902 – 24 March 1971) was a Danish architect and designer, exemplar of the 'Danish Modern' style. In addition to his architectural work he created a number of highly original chairs and other furniture. He received several international distinctions and medals. Jacobsen was a student at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. He was awarded a degree in 1927.
Our reproduction of the Jacobsen Egg Chair is produced with meticulous attention to detail and the original structure of the Egg Chair. For more information regarding the production and structure of our Egg Chair, please click the “Features” tab above. To see the color choices, click “Color Options”. You can also view the Egg Chair in other materials by browse by designer: Arne Jacobsen. The Egg chair is available in a variety of colors and materials including leather, velvet, wool, and COM.