The GJ Chair was designed by Grete Jalk in 1963 and is today regarded as the Danish designer's best-known work. The chair, for which Jalk also created a companion side table, was realized in collaboration with the cabinetmaker Poul Jeppesen. Although it won first prize in a competition organized by the British newspaper Daily Mail during the year of its inception, the chair never went into industrial production. In part due to the complexity of the chair’s design, only around 300 copies were originally produced and only a few remain in existence today. Grete Jalk’s honesty and genuine interest in every aspect of quality has made her the conscience of Danish design.
Lange Production chose to relaunch the GJ Chair in the original wood species in 2008. All of the pieces are manufactured in Denmark by the leading manufacturer of moulded plywood products.
- Moulded plywood veneer chair in Oregon pine with brass hardware
- 24.8"w 27.6"d 29.5"h
- Wood grain is unique, therefore each pieces varies in color
- Made in Denmark by Lange Production
- No assembly required
- Coordinating nesting tables are available