Henning Larsen for Fritz Hansen Armchairs 'FH 9230' in Patinated Steel

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Henning Larsen for Fritz Hansen, armchairs model 'FH 9230', tubular steel, leather, Denmark, designed in 1967  

Danish architect and furniture designer Henning Larsen designed the 'FH 9230' in 1967 for Fritz Hansen. Originally, the model was designed for the 'Kar' Café in Copenhagen. The tubular chrome-plated steel frame features an ornamental shape in the back so that the chair gets a sculptural appearance. With the strong patina on the metal this chair gets a unique character. The seat is currently upholstered in brown leather. 

Henning Larsen (1925-2013) studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts where he graduated in 1952. Afterwards he continued his studies under Arne Jacobsen at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Larsen founded his own architecture firm and also worked as a professor of architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Besides he opened a gallery for architecture and published a journal called SKALA. One of his most famous projects is the Opera House in Copenhagen which was completed in 2004.

Please note that we advise reupholstery before use. This can be done before shipping by our experienced craftsman in our own in-house restoration atelier. With high attention for the original, they make sure every piece retains its value and is ready for the many years to come.

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Product details

  • Condition Good
  • Creator Henning Larsen (Designer) Fritz Hansen (Manufacturer)
  • Date of Manufacture 1960s
  • Dimensions Height 25.99 in. Width 20.87 in. Depth 16.93 in. Seat Height 17.33 in.
  • Dimensions Height 66 cm Width 53 cm Depth 43 cm Seat Height 44 cm
  • Materials and Techniques Steel Leather
  • Period 1960-1969
  • Place of Origin Denmark
  • sold as set of 4
  • Style Scandinavian Modern (Of the Period)