PP 550 The peacock chair

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Product description

When Finn Juhl first saw this chair he immediately noticed its characteristic back and named it The Peacock Chair - a name which stuck with the chair. Despite the chair's almost postmodern design, it was actually manufactured as far back as 1947 at Johann

es Hansen's Møbelsnedkeri A/S. However, its consciously modern lines are not merely a matter of looks. Rather, the sweeping back with its extravagantly shaped sticks are a feat of ergonomic aesthetics. The flat part of the sticks, which gives it it

s peacock-like appearance, are placed where the shoulder-blades meet the chair's back. Also, and not unusual with Wegner, the chair also has a historical anchorage, namely in the classic Windsor Chair. As in other cases Wegner has updated his idol in a mo

dern version. PP Møbler resumed production of the chair in 1992.

Width 760 mm
Height 1030 mm
Depth 760 mm
Seat finish without upholstery
Height of seat 360 mm
Base finish with legs
Backrest finish with backrest
Armrest finish with armrests
Height of armrests 610 mm
Material wood
textiles (unspecified)
Colors shades of brown

PP Møbler, Denmark

Hans J. Wegner