The Danish furniture brand Fritz Hansen recently celebrated its 150th anniversary. Founded in 1872 and still active today. Danish furniture maker and founder Fritz Hansen was known for his commitment to quality and attention to details. As well as for his collaborations, with such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans J. Wegner and Poul Kjaerholm in the early years. And later with Piero Lissoni with his lissoni sofa, Jaime Hayon designer of vases and accessories and Nendo. The lamps in the collection come from a collaboration with Cecilie Manzm and Anne Qvist, who designed the Caravaggio lamp.
FRITZ HANSEN PHILOSOPHY AND THEIR DESIGNERS
Over the years, Fritz Hansen has become a pioneer of modernist design and has produced some of the most iconic and long-lasting furniture pieces in the industry.
One of Fritz Hansen's most famous pieces is the Arne Jacobsen Series 7 chair. Designed in 1955, this chair has become an icon of modernist design and has been in countless exhibitions and museums around the world. The Series 7 chair is made from a single piece of molded plywood and has a simple, streamlined design. Available in unique colors, and it can be upholstered or non-upholstered. Widely regarded as one of the most comfortable and ergonomic chairs ever made, it has become a must-have for design lovers and collectors around the world. Upholstered with leather seat it is also a super stylish , elegant and comfortable office chair.
MODELS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Another very special furniture icon is the Egg chair, designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958. The Egg chair, or more accurately armchair in a classic example of Danish modernist design. It has become one of the most recognizable and must-have pieces of furniture in the world. Made of a single piece of molded fiberglass, the chair has a curved, egg-like shape designed to provide maximum comfort and support.
Another notable piece of Fritz Hansen furniture is the Ant chair, designed by Danish designer and architect Hans Wegner in 1952.
THE CRAFTSMANSHIP AND HISTORY OF FRITZ HANSEN
Fritz Hansen not only produces classic furniture but also collaborates with a number of modern designers. One example is the Ro chair, designed by Danish designer Jørgen Rasmussen in 2003. The Ro chair is made of one piece of moulded plastic and has a unique and sculptural design. It has received numerous awards and recognitions for its innovative design and has become a popular choice for interior architects.
Another commitment the company has is to uses sustainable materials in its products and has implemented a number of energy-efficient measures in its manufacturing processes. In addition, Fritz Hansen is committed to the local community and works with a number of organisations to support education and the social community.