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Photo: Jens Mourits Sørensen

Photo: Jens Mourits Sørensen

pp105, 1979

The pp105 is an excellent example of classic Danish design. Wegner’s collaboration with Brge Mogensen is obvious, but this easy chair also points to Wegner's continuous fascination with the classic British Windsor Chair, which has been produced in numerous variations since the 17th century.

pp105 offers outstanding comfort, and it is also easy to get both in and out of the chair because of the armrests and the relatively high seat.

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pp105 comes with an upholstered seat and back cushion in either fabric or leather.
PP Mbler started manufacturing this elegant easy chair in 1979. Originally, Hans J. Wegner designed this chair in the 50ies in cooperation with Brge Mogensen. Together, this remarkable team designed a full range of furniture consisting of a chair, a table, and a sofa for an FDB campaign (The Danish Federation of Cooperative Stores) to allow the average Dane to be able to buy solid designer furniture at reasonable prices.

The two designers decided to divide the credit for the design between them, meaning that Brge Mogensen got the sofa and Wegner got the chair. The chair was further developed by PP Mbler and Wegner before it entered production.
HANS J. WEGNER

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

Soaptreated

Oak
Ash
Beech

Oil treated

Oak
Ash
Beech

Lacquered

Oak
Ash
Beech
Lineart
Easy chairs
Collection
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