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Item No. 727686

Ladderback Chair

$2,240.00
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Item No. 727686

Ladderback Chair

$2,240.00
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  • By a legendary designer.
  • Minimal lines of midcentury modernism.
  • Solid oak frame and paper cord seat.
  • 31.5" H 25.2" W 26" D
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Ladderback Chair
$2,240.00
Forever young — One of Hans Wegner’s more than 500 chair creations, the Ladderback Chair has a timeless shape that hasn’t aged a bit since its conception in 1966.
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Shaker inspiration

With its fine joinery and exquisite form, the Ladderback Chair (1966) demonstrates the cabinetmaker roots of Danish designer Hans Wegner. Shaker-inspired, it features visible joints between the foreleg and the armrest, and the hand-woven paper cord seat provides a compelling material contrast to the solid oak frame. A fine example of Wegner’s trademark organic functionalism, the Ladderback combines the warmth of natural wood with the minimal lines of midcentury modernism. Made in Denmark.
  • By a legendary designer.
  • Minimal lines of midcentury modernism.
  • Solid oak frame and paper cord seat.
  • Made in Denmark.
Brand Carl Hansen & Søn
General Dimensions
  • 31.5" H 25.2" W 26" D
Box Dimensions
  • 33.1" H 26" W 26" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty 2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Ladderback Chair

  • Height (in): 31.5
  • Width (in): 25.2
  • Depth (in): 26
  • Solid Danish oak wood
  • Woven paper cord
Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner stands among designers Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Poul Kjærholm and Verner Panton as a master of 20th-century Danish modernism. More specifically, he was instrumental in developing a body of work known as organic functionalism. His early training included both carpentry and architecture.

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