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Arctander Chair

By Paustian furniture collection


  • Description

    The Arctander chair was designed by Philip Arctander in 1944. It is also known as Muslingestolen – the Clam chair. In 2016, Paustian put the chair back into
    production, in collaboration with Sofie Arctander Paustian.
    The Arctander Chair is available both with and without curved armrests. It has club-shaped legs, and the seat and back are upholstered and buttoned. All chairs in sheepskin are numbered, with the number marked on the label under the seat of the chairs.

  • Technical Info

    Body: steel frame with casted PUR foam

    Dimensions: H:77 x W:65 x D:87 cm (Seat height: 34 cm)


    - Sheepskin: Sahara, beige
    - Sheepskin: Graphite, grey
    - Sheepskin: Off-white, white
    - Kvadrat Vidar 2: 542, orange
    - Kvadrat Sonar 2:153, grey/white/orange
    - Kvadrat Hallingdal 65: 376, black/brown
    - Kvadrat Hallingdal 65: 224, sand
    - Kvadrat Hallingdal 65: 850, turquoise
    - Kvadrat Hallingdal 65: 457, yellow

    Legs: solid oak, lacquered

    Armrests: solid oak lacquered

  • Designer
    Philip Arctander
    Philip Arctander (1916–1994) was a graduate of the Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen, working as an independent architect from 1939–47. He was Head of Research from 1947 and, from 1968–1981, Director of the Danish Building Research Institute (SBI). He also served as an advisor to the UN in the field of construction and housing. In 1975, he was awarded the Eckersberg Medal.
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    • Graphite sheepskin
    • Hallingdal 65, 224 Sand
    • Hallingdal 65, 376 Black brown
    • Hallingdal 65, 457 Yellow
    • Hallingdal 65, 850 Turquoise
    • Off-white sheepskin
    • Sahara (pale brown) sheepskin
    • Soft leather walnut
    • Vidar 2, 542 Orange

  • Delivery

    7-9 weeks
    Made to order item

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