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Photo: Katja Kejser & Kasper Holst Pedersen

Photo: Jens Mourits Sørensen

Photo: Katja Kejser & Kasper Holst Pedersen

Photo: Mikkel Adsbøl

Photo: Jens Mourits Sørensen

Photo: Jacob Ehrbahn

Photo: Jens Mourits Sørensen

Photo: Katja Kejser & Kasper Holst Pedersen

Photo: Jens Mourits Sørensen

pp518
THE BULL CHAIR, 1961

With its stout bullhorns, this chair spreads out its armrests in overwhelming comfort. Nothing is spared because in this case Wegner wanted to make an organically shaped chair that puts the human individual first.

The purpose of this chair is to provide an exceptional sense of well-being. Your arms and back are supported by two huge pieces of solid wood joined in the middle by six rosewood tenons. A work of art that will challenge any craftsman, apparently with the sole purpose of providing a sublime sitting experience. Everything else seems less important, but as usual Wegner has managed to turn this vigorous expression into a balanced unit with its very own characteristics.

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pp518’s armrests are always cut from the same piece of wood, so the grain will match. The joint detail in the back is made of rosewood.

pp518 is available with either cane or an upholstered seat. The upholstered seat is upholstered directly on the seat rails as well as on the pp505.
HANS J. WEGNER

Materials
For guidance only. Wood varies in colour and structure.

Soaptreated

Oak
Ash

Oil treated

Oak
Ash
Cherry

Lacquered

Oak
Ash
Cherry
Lineart
Chairs
Collection
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