Principal Dining Chair

Bodil Kjær, 1961


One of the last living mid-century Scandinavian design pioneers and a female pioneer in the field of architecture in her time, Bodil Kjær, conceived her Principal series in 1961 as part of an architectural exploration of interior solutions for modern living, called Elements of Architecture. Comprising a dining table and an upholstered dining chair, the Principal series epitomizes Kjær’s forward-thinking cosmopolitan outlook and modernistic design language that slips fluidly into contemporary interior. The dining chair, with its circular seat and gently rounded backrest, beautifully upholstered, adds a softness to the clear, unfussed geometry, an invitation to linger.

  • Dining chair
  • Wood frame available in solid natural oak, solid white stained oak, solid smoke stained oak, or solid walnut
  • Available upholstered in a wide range of leathers and fabrics
  • Also available in unupholstered, all wood version
  • 24.8"w 22.0"d 28.0"h 18.0"sh
  • Made in Denmark by Karakter