Hans Wegner, Townhall Armchair
This vintage armchair is the the “Town Hall’ Chair by Hans Wegner for Plan Mobler. It has a solid oak frame and is upholstered with well patinated cognac coloured leather. Circa 1940’s. A matching pair is available.
These chairs were part of the furniture for the Aarhus City Hall designed by Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller. Jacobsen asked the then fledgling young Hans Wegner to design the furniture and this became Wegner’s first major project. The chairs were used in the council room and were designed to be very comfortable so that you could sit in them for long periods of time. These Hans Wegner vintage chairs are destined to become your future heirloom pieces.
Hans Wegner, Papa Bear Chair
Wonderfully iconic “ New Papa Bear Chair” model AP-69 designed by Hans Wegner at the end of the 1960s as a version of the ‘Papa Bear Chair’, model AP-19. Produced by AP Stolen. Consider it an investment for life as Danish craftsmen spend at least 2 weeks crafting each chair to the highest standards. It has wide arm rests, “paws” and legs in oak and beige wool upholstery. This Hans Wegner vintage chair is a rare find.
Hans Wegner, Chair
Pair of matching armchairs JH 47-2, designed by Hans Wegner in 1979 for Johannes Hansen. These chairs are in ash with mahogany inlays. The seat and back are upholstered with patinated natural leather which will continue to deepen in colour over time. A beautiful pair of Hans Wegner vintage chairs that will enhance any living space.
Hans Wegner, China Chair
The stunning “China Chair” by Hans Wegner for Fritz Hansen. It is in cherry wood and the loose cushion is in patinated natural leather. The original label remains. Probably the most comfortable chair you can find. This Hans Wegner vintage chair is a fantastic addition to any serious collection.
Wegner’s inspiration came from paintings of Dutch traders sitting on Ming Dynasty Chairs in the Danish Museum. His interpretation gave birth to an important and iconic chair that represents his passion for culture and the pinnacle of Danish craftsmanship. This chair helped define the essence of Danish as well as Modern Design.
Hans Wegner, The Chair
Amazing chair designed by Hans Wegner in 1949 and produced by Johannes Hansen. It is so iconic that it is merely referred to as “The Chair”. It is one of the most famous Danish pieces of furniture and has been dubbed the “World’s most beautiful chair” by Interiors magazine. This piece is in oak with black leather upholstery. The maker’s mark is stamped on the underside. These Hans Wegner vintage chairs are a must have for any collection.
Hans Wegner, Lufthavnsstole Airport Chairs
A pair of conference chairs “Lufthavnsstole” AP-58 designed by Hans Wegner. These chairs are upholstered in their original cognac-coloured leather. They have legs of chrome plated tubular steel. Designed in 1959 and produced by AP Stolen.
Hans Wegner, Wing Chair
Very rare wingback lounge chair, AP-65 designed by Hans Wegner for AP Stolen. It has a mahogany frame and fully original upholstery. This model was produced in small quantities and if you are looking for a unique Wegner piece, this is it. As with all Wegner chairs, it is super comfortable and looks amazing from all angles. This Hans Wegner vintage chair would be a fantastic addition to any modern environment. Circa 1960’s
Hans Wegner, Saw Horse Table
Fantastic table designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured by Andreas Tuck. It is also known as the “Saw Horse Table”. Although the table was designed 60 years ago in 1955 it remains as relevant today as ever. At 160cm it was deemed the perfect length by Wegner for a desk. The table is in teak with oak legs. The tabletop is supported by brushed brass tubular supports. As with all of Wegner designs, the table exudes elegance and Nordic functionality. This Hans Wegner vintage table is a rare find and is a piece to be enjoyed for years to come.
Hans Wegner, Table
Dining table designed by Hans Wegner for Andreas Tuck. It is in wonderfully patinated teak and has 2 pull-out leaves which hide under the top. The leaves are cleverly integrated into the top when they are not in use. The table has round slightly tapered legs. It is made with the exceptional materials and craftsmanship that we have come to expect of the collaboration between Wegner and Tuck. This Hans Wegner vintage table is a welcome addition to any living space.
About Hans Wegner
Hans Wegner (1914-2007) is master craftsman with a keen understanding of the properties of natural material and in particular wood. He is synonymous with 20th Century Danish Modernism.
Wegner was the son of a shoemaker in Southern Jutland and at the tender age of 14 he started his fledgling career with an apprenticeship with Danish master cabinetmaker H. F. Stahlberg. His career really kicked off when he joined Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller to design furniture for the Aarhus Town Hall. He later started working and collaborating with the much older and experienced Johannes Hansen and their furniture was sold at Hansen’s store on Copenhagen’s Bredgade. This collaboration was unusual at the time but proved successful and really became the foundation for Danish furniture design.
Wegner through his simple and elegant designs was able to capture the inner soul of furniture. His training as a cabinetmaker allowed him to integrate exacting joinery techniques with exquisite form. His aesthetic was also based on a deep respect for wood and its characteristics and patina.
1B2G has an enviable collection of Hans Wegner vintage chairs, and Hans Wegner vintage tables.