Pair of Clam Chairs by Philip Arctander 1944 in Bespoke Mohair Velvet

Pair of Clam Chairs by Philip Arctander 1944 in Bespoke Mohair Velvet

Ref: 1152

ABOUT: A pair of original ‘clam’ (Muslinge-stolen) armchairs designed by Philip Arctander, newly re-upholstered in bespoke mohair velvet fabric. The beech Lightly restored Beech wood bearing patina. Danish architect Philip Arctander (1916-1994) who’s most known work within the architectural world was as a director at the Danish Building Research Institute (1968-1981) and his UN advisory role supporting affordable housing. In 1944, a number of architects designed furniture for the NY FORM A/S in Copenhagen. This is where Arctander’s created the Muslingestolen or Clam Chair with its beech legs and thick sheepskin.

DIMS: H 74 cm x W 62.5 cm x D 87 cm
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