The Safari Chair by Rud. Rasmussen

The Safari Chair


Designer Kaare Klint
Launched in 1933
Architonic id 1134010

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Kaare Klint designed his Safari Chair in 1933. Kaare Klint wanted to produce af light, portable armchair and was inspired by the English officers chair he had seen in a travel guide from Africa. The purpose of using the chair in the field was maintained as the chair is easy to disassemble - and assemble - with no tools. The chair - maybe the world's first "D-I-Y furniture" - can be rolled in carton and dispatched worldwide.

The chair is available in light and smoked ash, oil-treated. Available with canvas and oxhide cover in natural, blue, green and brown (canvas) and natural, tanned, red and black (oxhide). Ultimate comfort is achieved with a plain cushion or a slightly thicker cushion with buttons. A matching stool is available made according to the same simple principle as the chair with an easily disassembling frame in ashwood.

Dimensions: W. 57 cm x D. 57 cm x H. 80 cm, height of seat: 34 cm

Product group: Seating Relaxing Garden lounge Garden armchairs Armchairs Lounge chairs with footstools open base open base with footstool with footstool with armrests with armrests with seat upholstered with seat upholstered with seat in leather with seat in stretched fabric with seat in stretched fabric with base in solid wood with 4-leg base with four-leg base
Designer: Kaare Klint

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