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ARCH DIGEST DAILY AD: Faaborg Chair

July 20, 2015

In honor of Danish modernism’s most iconic design, Architectural Digest featured the Faaborg Chair and its history on their Daily AD. Commissioned in 1914 for the Faaborg Museum in Denmark, this classic chair was imagined by Kaare Klint, who has become widely recognized as the father of modern Danish design. This historic chair features an intricately woven French cane seat, back, and sides, which were designed with the intention of allowing the museum gallery’s comprehensive mosaic floor to go unobstructed. Today, this design classic is available in its original all-cane version in three wood species, as well as a new style introduced in 1964 with a padded upholstered seat.

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