Saxe Easy Chair (1955)

A truly timeless piece the Saxe Easy Chair was originally designed in 1955 by Mogens Lassen and built by the master joiner A. J. Iverson. This beautiful design has been re-released by by Lassen to mark the 60th anniversary of its beginnings.
Availabilty : 6-8 weeks

details

designer country of origin warranty
Mogens Lassen Denmark 2 years

dimensions

width height depth
60 cm 84 cm 67 cm

material

Oak frame with natural leather, black stained oak frame with black leather,  smoked oak frame with brown leather all with brass details.

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Mogens Lassen

One half of the Lassen brothers, Mogens Lassen was a pioneer of Danish functionalism. His love for bold architecture and geometric shapes was inspired by the design school Bauhaus and can be seen through his signature designs such as the Kubus Candleholder.

 

Born into a family that celebrated and supported the arts, Mogens was an artist and architect, sketching and designing throughout his life. Today his designs are renewed with by Lassen, which was established by third and fourth generations of the Lassen family. Mogens’ designs are celebrated as modernist works of art and some of his design icons include the Twin Table, Frame Series and ML42 Stool.