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CH25 is a lounge chair designed by Carl Hansen and offered by Peverelli
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CH25

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The CH25 chair is an iconic Danish design chair, characterised by the innovative use of woven paper cord for the seat and back, combined with an elegant and functional form. The product in the configuration visible in the image on the left (cm 71 x 73 x 73) has been selected by the Peverelli team for digital sale.  Read more
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The CH25 chair by Carl Hansen: an icon of modern design

Discover the timeless elegance of Carl Hansen's CH25 chair through a detailed description of its distinctive shape and unusual materials that make it a modern design icon.

The distinctive shape of the CH25 chair by Carl Hansen is one of the elements that make it an icon of modern design. Its frame is composed of oak wood, with a seat and backrest made of woven paper cord, giving the chair a unique visual lightness. The chair has an elegant silhouette, with a low, rounded seat and a curved backrest profile that follows the natural shape of the back. The armrests are positioned at a medium height, providing comfortable support for the arms. The overall shape of the chair has been designed with great attention to detail and functionality, and fits perfectly with different furnishing styles. The CH25 chair by Carl Hansen is a timeless classic that continues to inspire designers and enthusiasts around the world.

CH25 is a lounge chair designed by Carl Hansen and offered by Peverelli
CH25 is a lounge chair designed by Carl Hansen and offered by Peverelli

Innovative materials

The CH25 chair by Carl Hansen: the timeless beauty of woven paper cord

The CH25 chair is distinguished by its use of woven paper cord for the seat and back, an unusual and innovative material for the time in which it was designed. This material, developed as a substitute for sea rush during World War II, has proven to be incredibly durable and resistant to breaking and warping over time. The paper cord used for the CH25 chair was chosen by Hans J. Wegner for its strength and ability to retain its original shape over time. This characteristic has made the chair a popular choice among design collectors, who appreciate the material's durability and timeless beauty. In addition, the woven paper cord gives the chair a unique visual lightness.

CH25 is a lounge chair designed by Carl Hansen and offered by Peverelli

Attention to detail

The CH25 chair: a work of art designed for comfort

Carl Hansen's wood and rope chair has been designed with attention to detail for optimal comfort and elegant aesthetics. Every detail, from the seat to the backrest to the armrests, has been shaped to fit the natural shape of the body and provide adequate support for the back and arms. The low, rounded seat and curved profile of the backrest follow the natural shape of the body, ensuring lasting comfort while using the chair. The armrests are positioned at medium height, providing comfortable support for the arms without impeding movement. Attention to detail and functionality make this chair a unique piece of design around the world.

CH25 is a lounge chair designed by Carl Hansen and offered by Peverelli

Traditional production

The CH25 chair: craftsmanship as added value

The CH25 is handcrafted in Denmark using traditional techniques and high-quality materials. It takes about 10 hours of work and 400 metres of paper cord to create a single chair, which means that each element is unique and has a story all its own. The craftsmanship is what makes the CH25 chair a lasting investment, appreciated by generations of design enthusiasts. Each chair is constructed with care and attention to detail, with each part being assembled and finished by hand, ensuring impeccable quality and precision. The craftsmanship thus contributes to making each chair unique, with small differences in detail giving each piece a distinctive personality.

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How was the technique of weaving the paper cord used in the seat and back of the CH25 chair developed?

Discover the craftsmanship and technical precision behind the creation of one of the most iconic materials used in a design masterpiece

The weaving technique used for the paper cord in the CH25 chair was developed by Hans J. Wegner and his collaborators during the design of the chair. The technique involves the use of a special weaving machine that allows the paper cord to be woven precisely and evenly. The process requires considerable craftsmanship and patience, and the end result is a strong and durable weave that gives the chair its unique visual lightness. The weaving process is visible on both sides of the backrest, making the CH25 chair a true work of art from a technical point of view as well.

CH25 is a lounge chair designed by Carl Hansen and offered by Peverelli
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