Chair by TH. Harlev for Farstrup Møbler
Distinguished chair created in the late 1950s by Danish architect and designer Thomas Harlev for the Farstrup Stolefabrik label. This peculiar piece is created from a solid teak wood structure, leaving both the seat and its back upholstered in black fabric (the dark tone shared by wood and upholstery, give it a sober and extremely elegant appearance). An attractive design of which we highlight the inclination of its legs, which draw the letters "A", extending in the upper vertex giving shape to a comfortable curved backrest, which thanks to its width can be used as armrests.
In excellent structural and aesthetic condition, after passing through our restoration department (the upholstery was replaced with a new one).
L: 50 cm H: 75 cm P: 49 cm