Collection Easy Chairs

pp129 | Web Chair

design — Hans J. Wegner, 1968

Wegner’s primary material was always solid wood. Nevertheless, having designed the pp550 Peacock Chair in 1947, it was not until 1968 that Wegner created an expressive easy chair with solid wood as the dominant material, namely the Web Chair.

Showing a unique style that appears old-school, it nevertheless combines many of the most modern features available; the fabric padding for the seat and head, the flag halyard for the back and the oversized wooden shapes that gives it a larger-than-life feel.

The details are all well thought out and the end result is a majestic chair that will be the centre point of any room in which it finds itself.

Its playful and ample armrests immediately bring to mind Wegner’s sense of joy at shaping solid wood. At the same time the chair manifests the distinct idea of transparency in a nonetheless sturdily constructed, comfortable easy chair.

Product details

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    The flag halyard is available in natural or black. Flag line is made from jute and has a high tensile nylon core for optimal strength covered by a protective sleeve of woven jute. In order to optimise rigidity the flag line is stretched before it is applied to the chair.

    The clips connecting the flag halyard come in stainless steel, brass or black.

    Seat and neck cushions come in fabric or leather. The cover for the neck cushion comes in a range of fabrics specifically suited for carrying the cushion.

    Please note:
    The sleeve for the neck cushion is not available in leather.
    Some fabrics are not suitable for the cushion sleeve.
    Please consider turning the seat cushion regularly.

    Fabric requirement:
    140 x 130 cm

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    White bio oil


    Clear bio oil



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Despite the expressive use of solid wood, Wegner introduced it by showcasing six chairs all painted bright red, a gesture of great flamboyance at the time



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