CH20 | Elbow Chair 椅(Oak, Oil, Leather Thor 300)
CH20 | ELBOW CHAIR
Designed by Hans J. Wegner
Hans J. Wegner designed the stackable Elbow Chair in 1956. After crafting two prototypes, he set the production-intensive chair design aside in his archives, where it remained for nearly half a century until it was brought back to life in 2005.
The essence of classic design
When Carl Hansen & Søn put the CH20 Elbow Chair by Hans J. Wegner into production for the first time in 2005, it quickly established a position as a modern classic, winning the ICFF Editors’ Award in New York in the same year.
The Elbow Chair’s characteristic steam-bent backrest, crafted from a single piece of solid wood, provides elbow and lower back support and enables a variety of sitting positions. The chair’s unique rail construction under the seat in form-pressed veneer adds optimal stability in combination with a light and floating expression.
Item Code ｜ 代码
No. ｜ 编码：CH20-Oak, Oil, Leather Thor 300
EAN ｜ 条码：
Dimensions | 尺寸
W540mm × H730mm × D470mm, SH460mm × SD470mm
Materials | 材料
Frame: solid oak wood with oil treatment. 橡木原木框架, 上油处理。
Seat: leather thor with foam. 座面由经过耐腐蚀处理的半苯胺天然皮革填充椅用泡沫制成。
Maintenance ｜ 养护
Should not be placed too close to heat sources.
Direct sunlight should not be allowed for long periods, especially strong sunlight.
For everyday cleaning, use a soft cloth(Do not use rough cloth to avoid damage to the surface) wrung out with clean hot water. If necessary, clean with low concentrated soap.
For the seat, regularly vacuum your leather furniture with a soft brush and avoid using detergents and sharp implements. For everyday care and cleaning, we recommend using a clean soft cloth wrung out with lukewarm water.
Recommend to treat your furniture with oil two to four times a year, or according to need depending on its positioning and use.
Warranty ｜ 质保
Five years（Standard use），5年（规范使用）
Hans J. Wegner
Among Danish furniture designers, Hans J. Wegner is considered one of the most creative, innovative and prolific. Often referred to as the master of the chair, Wegner created almost 500 chairs in his lifetime – many of them considered masterpieces. He is probably best known for his iconic Wishbone Chair which has been in continuous production since 1950.
The core of Wegner’s legacy is his focus on bringing the inner workings – the soul – of the furniture to the exterior, where the simplicity and functionality can be appreciated.