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Matt Blatt Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair - Replica (Teal)

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Matt Blatt Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair - Replica (Teal)

Iconic design, unparalleled comfort.

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This instantly recognisable classic of mid-century design is an eye-catching statement in the home that blurs the line between sculpture and furniture.

  • Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair genuine replica
  • Iconic late 1950s design
  • Tilting mechanism for leaning back and relaxing
  • Natural wool fabric upholstery
  • Sculptural ABS plastic shell
  • Attractive aluminium base

Welcome classic style and relaxing comfort into your abode with the Matt Blatt Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair – Replica (Teal) that will become a conversation piece in any room.

A mid-century marvel

With flowing lines and a bold, unmissable silhouette, the affectionately named the egg chair is a beautiful marriage of organic shapes and industrial function which has allowed it to earn its rightful place as a mid-century marvel.

Unparalleled comfort

With plush cushioning, a tilting mechanism and natural wool upholstery, the egg chair is not just a stunning piece to look at – it’s a comfortable seat to lean back and relax in, in your lounge room, bedroom, reading nook and beyond.

About the designer

One of the most renowned designers of the 20th Century, Arne Jacobsen was well known for his bright and playful sensibility that was heavily influenced by his Finnish roots – infused with imaginative lines and bold use of colour.

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