In Perfect Shape

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This is how a Coffee Table Book should be: with impressive pictures, concise texts and attractive design that invite you to take it into your own hands and let yourself be inspired. If Scandinavian design is the epitome of stylish furnishing, then Fritz Hansen is Lifestyle at its best - perfect for design lovers and professionals

Visiting the headquarters of the Republic of Fritz Hansen in Allerød, northwest of Copenhagen, breathes the spirit of a company that has written design history. In the showroom, a place of pilgrimage for design and architecture students, you can see the pieces that have become icons: the Series 7 chair, the Swan chair or the Lissoni sofa. A leitmotif in the history of the Danish furniture manufacturer is the collaboration with well-known and visionary designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjærholm or Piero Lissoni. Thus always re-fertilized and oriented to the core idea of ​​Fritz Hansen - creativity, finest craftsmanship and absolute care in every detail - has been able to penetrate virtually into the collective consciousness of people with high-quality pieces of furniture and real to the office of the President of the UN General Assembly, the Crown Plaza Hotel in Bangkok, the ballroom of Oxford's venerable St. Catherine's College, in New York's MoMA and in private households all around the world. This meticulously crafted Coffee Table Book brings to the reader all sorts of stunning imagery: the history of an exclusive brand, the wonderful furniture that establishes its status, and examples that show that a single piece of furniture represents a whole room, a whole building beautify and inspire the imagination of the people living there. It does not matter if you leave the world of Fritz Hansen in Allerød or hit this illustrated book,

FRITZ HANSEN, founded in 1872 by the namesake and family-run until 1979, has a significant share in the high reputation of Scandinavian furniture design. In the first half of the 20th century, the Danish furniture manufacturer implemented new production processes - Fritz Hansen made the first steam-bent wooden chair in 1915 - and created creative partnerships with eminent architects and designers. To this day, Fritz Hansen is committed to its impressive heritage and at the same time future-oriented, with shops and showrooms all over the world and with exclusive, timeless furniture, which are developed in cooperation with top international designers and beautify both private and public spaces.


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