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Much of Poul Kjærholm's furniture was intended for his own home, located north of Copenhagen and designed by his wife, architect Hanne Kjærholm.
His PK22 Easy Chair (1956) was inspired by the light, elegant Klismos chair created by the ancient Greeks. With this piece, Kjærholm reduced the chair to three elements: legs, seat and connecting clamps.
Such simplicity is true to the International Style, and the combination of a steel structure with natural materials was characteristic of his work. Through his disciplined approach, the chair s cantilevered seat is stabilized by a double cross beam that is precisely positioned so the body rests naturally without a hard front edge or top rail.
Supple and flexible, the PK22 has a minimalist aesthetic that partners well with a low sofa.
Supplied Fully Assembled.