- W: 48 cm
- D: 46 cm
- H: 86 cm
- Seat: 45 cm
Materials: Oak, brass nails and red leather
Manufacturer: Rud. Rasmussen
Ref. no: 2871
The ‘Red Chair’ was designed in 1927 for the lecture hall at the Danish Museum of Art and Design, however it was first in 1930 that the model was given armrests.
Each chair labeled by cabinetmaker Rud. Rasmussens.
Literature: Gorm Harkær ‘Kaare Klint’, Klintiana, 2010, Volume 1, p. 269.
A unique table designed c. 1951 for Arne Jacobsen’s private residence in Søholm
The table worked as a prototype for the model that later went into production for Fritz Hansen.
Provenance: The family of Arne Jacobsen
Literature: Carsten Thau & Kjeld Vindum ‘Arne Jacobsen’, 2001, Danish Architectural Press, p. 345 for the exact table
2 additional leaves of 49 & 68 cm
Designed for the School of Architecture at the Royal Academy, Copenhagen in 1955
Literature: Michael Sheridan ‘The Furniture of Poul Kjærholm: Catalogue Raisonné’, Gregory R. Miller & Co, 2008, pp. 61-62