Hans Sandgren Jakobsen´s Pingo Chair (2002)


The “Pingo Chair” was conceived in 2002 by Hans Sandgren Jakobsen as a chair proposal for Danish Crown Prince Frederik; a competition arranged by the Association of Danish Furniture Industries. The seat and back are compression molded in one piece and the shape is reminiscent of an open shell. It …

The “Pingo Chair” was conceived in 2002 by Hans Sandgren Jakobsen as a chair proposal for Danish Crown Prince Frederik; a competition arranged by the Association of Danish Furniture Industries. The seat and back are compression molded in one piece and the shape is reminiscent of an open shell. It comes with or without armrests as well as a supporting rest for writing. The chair also comes with chair suspension brackets, a hymn book holder and numbering clips. Available in beech, maple, cherry and durable melamine. Finally, the Pingo also comes in an upholstered seat and a fully upholstered version. The legs come in chrome and match chrome. Produced by Fredericia Furniture.

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