Stackable side chair with seat and back in continuous moulded beech plywood available in a variety of finishes. Leg structure in chrome-plated tubular steel.
The most famous and ubiquitous chair designed by Arne Jacobsen is the result of one of his most fertile lines of research. It was designed three years after the "Ant” chair and at the same time as models such as the stacking chairs 3103, 3123 and the "Tongue". The formal search carried out by Jacobsen in the course of the years, along with an attempt at improving the comfort of his new chairs, inspired the author to elaborate on the idea of a frame in plywood and a base in tubular metal to other subsequent models: the "Grand Prix" in 1957 and the“Seagull” stacking chair, designed in 1969.