Pavilion Chair AV1
Anderssen & Voll
Seating - Dining
Seating - Meeting/Training
- Product information
The Langelinie Pavilion is a testament to post-war modernism, with its simple composition of three rectangular boxes of varying sizes stacked on top of each other. Architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel created modules of steel and glass to be aligned with the horizon, allowing for views of the Copenhagen waterfront and subsequent promenade, home to Denmark’s famous Little Mermaid.
When asked to design a stackable chair for this historic, multi-functional venue, Norwegian designers Anderssen & Voll wanted to link classic modernism from the building’s 1950’s construction to a new modernism. “Usually tube chairs from this era are quite angular, with a certain rigidity,” says Voll. “We wanted a softer look that would still be stable and we found it by partnering bent tubing with bent plywood,” adds Anderssen.
Seen from any angle, the Pavilion chair creates a light, lyrical, graceful silhouette. The slim arms and legs exude an airy feeling, matched by a gentle curvature of the veneer seat and back.
Seat and back: Formpressed veneer
Frame: Steel tubes
Seat and back: Matt lacquered oak, Black lacquered oak, Lacquered walnut
Frame: Powder coated in Black. Brass fittings for the front side of the back rest available upon request.
Glides: All chairs are fitted with plastic gliders suitable for most floor types as standard. Felt gliders are available upon request.
- Stacks 10 high and 12 high with trolley.
535mmW x 510mmD x 775mmH, 460mmSH