Arne Vodder was a Danish furniture designer and a student of another influential Scandinavian designer Finn Juhl. In 1951, he opened his own studio with the architect Anton Borg. Vodder’s designs are timeless, modest and free of sharp edges. One of his notable sideboards combines natural rosewood with coloured panels and drawers shaped in a way to avoid the need for handles. Vodder worked with various manufacturers including Sibast Furniture in the 1950s, Fritz Hansen and Cadovius. In the 1960s, Vodder’s designs caught the eye of Jimmy Carter and his furniture reached the White House.
Designer: Arne Vodder
Manufacturer: Sibast Mobler, Denmark
Style: Scandinavian Modern
Set of six chairs, model 422, designed by Arne Vodder in the 1960s. Four chairs without arms and two with arms. Frame in solid hardwood, seats reupholstered in very light pink furniture fabric, 63% CO and 37% LI. Produced...
Set of four Arne Vodder hardwood chairs, model 462. Seat and back upholstered in black leather with some patina from age and use. Manufactured in Denmark by Sibast Furniture. The chairs feature a timeless design with a slightly curved back for comfortable seating.
Measurements: Height: 82 cm, Width: 56 cm, Depth: 55 cm, Seat Height: 45 cm
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