Ib Kofod-Larsen's Knitting chair first debuted in 1951 but is now making a return under Menu's concept of “Modernism Reimagined”. The chair was first produced as a limited edition, launching at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Furniture Exhibition and as a result, quickly became a valuable collector's edition.
The low lounge chair is constructed with an exposed, triangular frame with gently curved seat and back, featuring signature cut-outs to accommodate the elbows when reading (or knitting). The chair's enveloping and well-proportioned form, combined with the ingenious armrests, allows for maximum comfort.
Menu has reproduced the knitting chair in natural materials favoured by Kofod-Larsen, its relatively small footprint affords suitability to both compact and more spacious interiors. The classic, handcrafted design will make a beautiful addition to any contemporary space.
The dark stained solid oak frame is CNC milled and treated with a wax-oiled finish. Both seat and backrest are made from form-pressed plywood with leather upholstery in Dakar 0311.
Handmade in Sweden.
71.3w x 66.9d x 30/90.6cmh
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Made-to-order: 6-8 weeks
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