This set of two lounge chairs were designed during the 1960s by H. W. Klein for Danish company Bramin and manufactured circa 1975. The swivel frames are made from rosewood and are upholstered in chocolate brown leather. The form in this ingeniously designed recliner is very typical of Danish modern furniture, adding panache and making a strong visual statement. The design itself creates a sense of comfort through both the soft of the leather and the curved shape that cradles the body. Looking at this piece, it’s reasonable to assume that Klein incorporated his background in mathematics in his designs. He combines rectangular and circle shapes in a fluid geometry. His projects followed the Danish tradition of human-centred design. Danish designers in the mid-century period were known for reinventing classics, as Klein did with his leather swivel chair. This piece combines old and new: the chocolate colour and rosewood are thoroughly modern while the sewed leather recalls more traditional leather armchairs.
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Original vintage condition.