Nanna Ditzel for Federicia Furniture
Pair Of Trinidad Armchairs
SpecificationItem Location: London
Material: Lacquered Walnut & Chrome
Place Of Origin: Denmark
Dimensions (cm): H 85 x W 61 D 57
Seat Height (cm): 45.5
Condition: Used - With Some Signs Of Wear
Production Time: Available Now
Shipping Size: Small
The Design / BrandNina Ditzel became a leading figure in the renewal of Danish design in the 1990’s, well after her 70th birthday, with her postmodernism attitude and rebellion against tradition. Very often, her works had a subjective starting point, which was contrary to specific problems to be solved. However, she had a magnificent ability to transform her artistic dreams into very functional and purposeful designs.
Designing the Trinidad, Nanna Ditzel found inspiration in the elaborate fretwork from the so-called Gingerbread Facades, that she had often seen whilst on a holiday on the Caribbean Island of Trinidad.
The Trinidad chair was an immediate success for both private and public use when launched in 1993, where it remains so today, and has achieved the status of a modern classic and post-modern milestone in the history of plywood chairs.
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