Lean Back

Lounge chair, teak Arne Hovmand-Olsen, 1957
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Amber velvet
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Lean Back
Designer Arne Hovmand-Olsen
Tekstil/Leather: Ritz 1688 (Nevotex)
Textile/Leather Colour: Amber
Material: Textile, foam, wood
Martindale: 45000
Composition: 83% Co 9% Md, 8% Pes
Design year: 1957
Assembly guide: Lean Back
Dimensions in cm: W68 x D80 x H78
Colour: Amber velvet
Frame: Oiled solid teak
Lightfastness: 6
Collection: Classic Collection
Lean back lounge chair illustration
Lean Back
Lean Back is an elegant, reclining lounge chair in 1950s design, created by the acclaimed Danish furniture designer, Arne Hovmand-Olsen. Despite the lightness and an almost floating expression, the lounge chair is incredibly comfortable to sit in, perfect for long conversations around the coffee table or immersion in the world of books and magazines. The solid wood armrests are so elegantly designed that their soft sway could almost be mistaken for leather. What is particularly special about the design of the Lean Back lounge chair is that it looks beautiful from any angle, so it can stand freely in a room. The lounge chair comes with leather seat cushions for a totally classic look or upholstered seat cushions in canvas or velour for a more courageous look. Choose from exclusive upholstery fabrics, velour or canvas from the likes of Kvadrat in carefully selected shades from the Warm Nordic universe, velour, or the highest quality leather. The frame of the Lean Back chair is available in exclusive types of wood.
Lean Back lounge chair in teak wood and forest green in a light, modern room with Compose side table.
Arne Hovmand-Olsen
Arne Hovmand-Olsen (1919-1989) had the world in mind, both before and after the 1950s, when he became one of Denmark’s renowned furniture designers. The son of a farmer and an aesthete by nature, he started as an apprentice cabinetmaker, before studying furniture design and pursuing his passion for visual composition and furniture design.
Arne Hovmand-Olsen