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Fredrik Kayser Teak Lounge Chair Model 711

$2,495.00

This vintage lounge chair was designed by the Danish designer Fredrik A. Kayser. The frame is made of a beautiful teak with gently sloping arm rests and a deep-inclined seat for maximum comfort. The Model 711 embodies the elegance and simplicity of authentic Mid-Century Modern design. With the curves of the arm rests against the black leather seat, this classic lounge chair would become a statement piece in any space. 

Original vinyl in good condition with a small hole on the right side of the backrest. New upholstery is an additional cost.

Dimensions: 15" H x 28" D x 28" W

Back of seat height: 29"H

If you want to see it or have any questions, text Nicole (619) 300-3551

About the designer:

Fredrik A. Kayser is a well-loved furniture designer from the Scandinavian Design period of the mid-twentieth century. He was born in the Norwegian town Bergen, grew up in a musical family, and played both the cello and the mandolin. He found a lot of inspiration in music. His father Trygve Kayser had a furniture agency and a large network in the industry. Fredrik began his carpentry apprenticeship right after the middle school exam. At the age of 15, he had already drawn his first dining room, which was put into production at Viken Møbelfabrikk. Kayser received his diploma at the Norwegian National Academy of Craft and Art Industry in Oslo in 1945, the same year he started his career at the Rastad & Relling Tegnekontor.

His furniture is characterized by elegant design and material sensitivity, with a rare sense of proportions and composition. In his most famous design, “Krysset”, the front and back legs are fixed together by four wood nails that in a refined way emphasize the construction. Kayser was inspired by the trends of the time, but always managed to give his creations a unique personal touch, with elegance that made them instant classics.

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