Sibast Piet Hein Bar Chair Chrome Edition, Leather Without Armrest
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Multi-talented artist Piet Hein is one of Denmark’s greatest natural treasures: a creative genius familiar to most, either by virtue of his ingenious ‘grook’ verse or from having dined while seated around one of his superellipse™ tables. The unique superellipse™ shape is also the basis for the PIET HEIN chair, designed by Piet Hein for the table of the same name, but which was never previously put into production. Sibast Furniture is now remedying this. In close collaboration with Piet Hein’s family, this Danish furniture maker is presenting the superelliptical chair for the very first time.
As was the case with the superellipse™ table, the PIET HEIN chair took almost a decade to develop, from the initial idea until the final piece of furniture was completed in 1968.
The superelliptical bar chair stands out as a fine example of Piet Hein’s manner of envisaging form and function. His ability to cut to the bone, both in words and physical materials, is undeniable, which perhaps explains why the chair still looks refreshingly modern.
Design: Piet Hein Year Of Design Origin: 1968/2021 Material: Chrome - Wood Oak or Walnut Veneer Dimensions: High: H: 42.5” x SH: 29.5” x W: 21.6” | Low: H 38.5” x SH: 25.6” x W: 19.2” Treatment: Black lacquer/ Walnut, lacquer/Oak white pigmented lacquer Upholstery: Wooden seat/leather Back: Wooden veneer
Care The Sibast Furniture collection is designed and manufactured to last for generations. It is made with the same attention to detail, craftsmanship and high quality as our ancestors. To ensure it ages gracefully and with the longest lifespan, it is important that it is properly maintained and cared for as recommended in our maintenance and care instructions.
All furniture included in the Sibast Furniture collection is made out of natural material such as wood, fabric and leather. This means that differences will occur in both finishes and material and that natural markings in the leather hides as well as natural variations in the surface of the wood and the color of the finishes must be appreciated and expected.