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Yellow Leather Swan Sofas by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

Leather Swan Sofas by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen


    Easily one of Arne Jacobsen's most recognizable designs is the rare 'Swan' settee model no. 3321, for The Republic of Fritz Hansen. Devised as an extension and produced in far fewer numbers than the famous Swan chair. The settee is a sculptural masterpiece that forgoes boring straight lines in favor of a unique shape composed of smooth curves and soft round edges with outstanding comfort, mounted on the polished aluminium base, an innovative design. Retains the original manufacturers label. Recently professionally reupholstered in leather with a very nice patina. It was an immediate star when it was unveiled at the opening of the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen in 1958. Jacobsen was the principal architect and designer for the cutting-edge hotel. The furniture he created for the project make up some of his most iconic designs. Two available, price is per item.


    Literature: Arne Jacobsen, Thau and Vindum, pg. 470


    An icon of Danish furniture design, Arne Jacobsen was first and foremost an architect, he used that skill to create a catalog of groundbreaking product designs. He embodied the spirit of simple, functional elegance that defined the movement now known as Danish mid-century modernism. Some of his designs include the iconic Series 7 Chair, Ant Chair, Egg Chair, Swan Chair and Settee, Mayor Sofa, and beyond which are all treasured around the world to this very day.



    Height: 30.5" x Width: 57.5" x Depth: 27.5"

    Seat Height: 16.5"



    Good. Reupholstered. Wear consistent with age and use. Professionally reupholstered in leather. Base has light patina from age. Ready for immediate use.


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