Arctander Chair

Designed by Philip Arctander

The Arctander Chair is a relaunched Danish design icon designed by architect Philip Arctander in 1944. Characterised by its light expression, soft, padded form and rounded legs, the Arctander Chair was produced in limited numbers in the late 1940s. In 2016, the design classic was put back into production again.

The Arctander Chair is available both with and without curved armrests. The chair consists of a steel frame with a fully casted PUR-foamed shell. The foamed shell is always fully upholstered with either textile or sheepskin with a wadding layer underneath. The armrests and legs are made of solid machined oak provided with a thin layer of transparent matt lacquer.

Standard Legs

  • Solid Oak Lacquered

Standard Fabrics

KVADRAT – Hallingdal 65
KVADRAT – Vidar 2
KVADRAT – Sonar 2
Sheepskin: Off-white, Graphite or Sahara

  • Width: 650mm
  • Depth: 870mm
  • Height: 770mm
  • Seat Height: 340mm