Children's Swan Chair

Inspired by Arne Jacobsen
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Swan Chair for Children

Built to two-thirds the scale of the seminal Arne Jacobsen original, the Swan Chair for Kids is the ideal addition to any stylish kid's room or fun play area. Crafted to the same proportions as the adult version; its simple form and function make it the perfect spot for your little one to curl up and fall asleep, or simply chill out in front of the TV in style. And with it available in a wide range of colours and finishes, it is a delight for both comfort-loving kids and style-conscious parents.

The story behind the Swan Chair for Children

Arne Jacobsen created both the Swan Chair and Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair in 1958 for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. Both chairs celebrate the curves of nature and perfectly complement one another. When seeing the chair, you can easily imagine the silhouette of a swan on water, with it's wings folded, at peace with the world. Arne Jacobsen Children chairs evokes a calming emotion, instantly inviting your children to sit down and unwind with their favourite book.

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  • SKU : CHA1730408
  • Volume m3 : 0.1541 kg
  • Packaging Dimensions : 57 x 53 x 51 cm
  • Material : Cashmere
  • Colour : Orange
  • Size : No
  • Width : 53 cm
  • Height : 57 cm
  • Depth : 50 cm
  • Seating height : 34 cm
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Arne Jacobsen

1902-1971 (Denmark)

Arne Jacobsen was one of Denmark’s most influential modern designers and a pioneer of minimalist Danish style. Part genius, part visionary, his creations included furniture, lighting, textiles and silverware. But he is best known for his elegant yet functional chair designs, the most famous of these being The Egg Chair, The Swan Chair, The Series 7 Chair and The Ant Chair. All Arne Jacobsen products complement each other perfectly, allowing you to mix, match and create your own unique style.

“Architecture tends to consume everything else, it has become one's entire life.”