Most of us are familiar with the iconic design of the egg shaped chair floating in the air. The Hanging Egg Chair is a critically acclaimed design that has enjoyed praise worldwide ever since the distinctive sculptural shape was created by Nanna & Jørgen Ditzel in 1959.
The design of the Hanging Egg Chair has long since been dubbed timeless whereas the material rattan had its golden age in the 1960s when skilled wicker makers and architects crafted beautifully sculptured furniture out of the challenging material. However, at the moment rattan is becoming more and more popular concurrent with consumer demands for sustainable products.
Chair: W:85 x D:75 x H:125cm
Stand: W:104 x D:109 x H:207cm (seat height:45cm)
Indoor chair: natural fiber (rattan)
Outdoor chair: synthetic fiber
Stand: powder coated iron (only for indoor use)
Phedra – :
Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur