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Graceful functionality: Republic of Fritz Hansen has used Arne Jacobsen’s classics for the interior of textile giant “Bestseller”.
The “Grand Prix” chair lends the break room a superior look.

One head office – a plethora of names: In its spacious HQ in Aarhus, Denmark, Danish fabrics company “Bestseller” has assembled more than 23 brands, for example Vero Moda and Jack & Jones. The unifying element in the rectilinear complex by C.F. Møller Architects is the high-quality classics by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Elegant and versatile, Danish designer Arne Jacobsen’s designs fit in effortlessly with the different styles at the approximately 800 workstations.

In the auditorium the corpus of the Series 7 has been attached to a metal base, with the result that it appears to be floating. With its utterly pared-down lines, the appearance of this organically sweeping chair is truly austere. And just how individual seating furniture made of compression-molded sliced veneer and chromed tubular steel can be is demonstrated in the canteen. Here, the choice fell on the Grand Prix chair. The companion model to Series 7 also stacks but boasts a slightly more striking shape. Originally on wooden legs, functional classic 2014 has been reissued in a version on tubular-steel legs. And as a version in black-colored ash it adds clear lines to the interior and cuts a fine figure at any shape of table. For lengthy meetings Grand Prix is available on castors and with an upholstered leather cover. Whether as swivel chairs, on four legs or on a base, Fritz Hansen chairs offer an aesthetic solution for all requirements in the office complex.

The rectilinear complex by C.F. Møller Architects brings together a good 800 workstations under one roof.
In the auditorium, the corpus of the Series 7 was attached to a metal base, making it appear weightless.
The striking “Grand Prix” is available not only in beech and walnut veneer, but also in stained ash, for instance in remarkable black.