Wishbone chair by Hans J. Wegner from Carl Hanesn & Søn and Kubus candle holder by Mogens Lassen from ByLassen | Dining area_Stylizimo House
The Wishbone Chair was the first of Wegner's chairs for Carl Hansen & Son, debuting in 1949. The Wishbone Chair remains a classic to this day.
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Hans Wegner, Wishbone Chair for Carl Hansen & Son, 1949.
Hans Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair in 1949. This is one of his most iconic pieces of furniture, it is strong yet very lightweight. It is a very challenging chair to make as the legs are made of solid wood which is steam-bent. The seat is also made of hand-woven paper cord. The chair is made from very durable materials so that it will last for generations.
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I need to see the rest of this kitchen! Minimalist Modern Kitchen: Designer and homeowner Susan Greenleaf in her San Francisco kitchen, with gray custom cabinetry, open shelving, white subway tile, a Saarinen table, and Hans Wegner Wishbone Chairs.