The Folding chair designed by Mogens Koch in 1932 is a tribute to the classic director's chair.
The uniquely self-stabilising Folding chair - the act of sitting in the chair gives it stability - was designed for a competition of supplementary chairs for a church. Koch's aim was to design a new version of a traditional folding stool, combining an easy folding functionality with modern aesthetics.
The Folding chair is an elegant alternative to supplementary seating and a clever folding mechanism makes it easy to both set up and pack away the chair.
The Folding chair has a solid wood frame available in beech (soaped or oiled) or oak (soaped or oiled). Seat and back in canvas or leather. Foam cushion. Armrests in saddle leather (natural colour). Please see pdf in 'Product downloads' for the different wood finishes, as well as the canvas and leathers available. Material samples also available to view at our shop or showroom.
50w x 50d x 45/87cmh
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Made-to-order: 11-13 weeks
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Delivery Mainland UK £24.95
Furniture orders over £1500 free for Mainland UK.
Non-Mainland UK and International options available in basket