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He Dining Chair

By Mater

£677.00

  • Description

    The He & She Chairs are designed by Danish architect and CEO at Earth Studio, Eva Harlou. The chairs express elegance and function in the room. The seats and backrests are crafted from FSC certified oak and the cane work is made from rattan - a fast-growing and naturally harvested material selected to support the sustainable choice of material. The cane work is applied to the wooden oak frame in a proud 3rd generation Danish wicker workshop, thereby translating an old craft tradition into the new modern design age. The bend steel frames make the chairs flexible and dynamic.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions:
    H 76 x W 57 x D 53cm

    Material:
    Solid FSC certified oak wood
    Cane webbing
    Steel frame

    Finish:
    White matt stain lacquer

  • Designer
    Eva Harlou

    It was soon after graduating from the Aarhus School of Architecture in 2003 that Eva Harlou found herself playing a key role at Copenhagen architects 3XN, where she managed competition entries and gained a vital understanding of how the architecture world functions. After working on potential schemes all over Europe, she set up her own studio in 2006, focusing on small-scale residential work as well as giant masterplans with the ambition of working on every aspect of the built environment. In Eva Harlou’s mind architecture is both handcraft and art. Most of all architecture is framing human life. With architecture comes a great responsibility of trying to understand the human nature. Especially Eva Harlou’s housing-projects have lately drawn a lot of attention. The architecture projects are innovative, genuine and very recognizable with her interpretation of classical geometrical shapes. The design magazine Wallpaper has chosen Danish architect Eva Harlou to be “Best Breakthrough Designer 2007”.

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  • Delivery

    6-8 weeks
    Made to order item

£677.00
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