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Kevi 2070

By Engelbrechts


  • Description

    KEVI is a classic office chair designed in 1958. in 2016, after nearly 60 years on wheels, it was time to renew the chair. The sketches for the stackable chair have been in the Jørgen Rasmussen’s archives for years and in 2016, it became reality. The four-legged KEVI was born. A stackable KEVI in two models, with chrome or wooden legs. KEVI with four legs is a re-make of the classic swivel chair from 1958, with the same seat and back as the KEVI 2533. Stacking chair with four wooden legs.

    The chairs are packed in strong cardboard packaging with a protective piece of cardboard between each chair and protection plastic.

  • Technical Info

    H 79 x W 55 x D 50cm

    Four wooden legs

    Walnut Veneer
    Oak Veneer
    Black Lacquered Veneer
    White Lacquered Veneer

  • Designer
    Jørgen Rasmussen
    Jørgen Rasmussen was born in Odense, Denmark in April, 1931. He graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1955. In 1957, Jørgen and his twin brother, Ib, started their own studio with a focus on single-family houses. Jørgen Rasmussen is most famous for his KEVI range. In 1965, Rasmussen invented the double-wheel caster used on the KEVI chairs, for which he was awarded the ID Prize. This truly was a reinvention of the wheel, now with two wheels positioned asymmetrically and rotating independently. The double-wheel caster made KEVI more manoeuvrable with less wear on floor surfaces. The KEVI casters revolutionised the office landscape and improved working conditions for many people, and the wheels became an instant success, and are now used on furniture across the world. Today, Rasmussen is still active and he is just as determined and dedicated today as he was 50 years ago.
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    • Black Lacquered Veneer
    • Oak Veneer
    • Walnut Veneer
    • White Lacquered Veneer

  • Delivery

    7-8 weeks
    Made to order item

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