With its stunning aesthetics and spring like legs giving it an undoubted ergonomic comfort, the PK20 is a superb example of Kjaerholm's work from the period.STURDY
Kjaerholm considered steel to be a natural material with the same artistic finesse as wood, and with the design of this chair exploited the natural strength and flexibility of steel.RECOGNISED
The low back version of the PK20 is included in the permanent collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Designed by Poul Kjærholm
DENMARK (January 8, 1929 - April 18, 1980) Poul Kjærholm's pieces are sculptures in themselves, but with an understated, subtle quality that makes them ideally suited for accompanying art. In 2004, New York's Museum of Modern Art installed Kjærholm daybeds, tables and chairs in its galleries and restaurant. In his furniture, Kjærholm emphasized use and wear, with a focus on materials that were durable and improved with age. He viewed each piece as an element to support an architectural space, and was equally interested in how a chair or lounge positioned the sitter in relation to the surrounding floors and walls.
Size: H89.5 x W65 x D86.5 cm
Seating Height: 41.5 cm
Materials: Stainless steel, Pillow filled with soft foam, Aniline Italian Leather
Colours: Refer this swatches for choices
Weight: 22.2 kg
Order Period: 2 months
Delivery price: Free delivery & installation within Klang Valley