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    The Tired Man Natural Oak

    BY LASSEN The Tired Man Natural Oak

    $10,019.00

    • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak
      • The Tired Man Natural Oak

      BY LASSEN

      The Tired Man Natural Oak

      $10,019.00 Excl. tax

        The overstuffed easy chair, designed in 1935 for the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers Guild Competition by famed Flemming Lassen, is characterized by its bearlike shapes, and now re-launched by byLassen in wool or sheepskin.

        Product description

        Now as then, it created a sensation with its curved form and voluminous armrests, and as Flemming Lassen noted back then, sitting in it will be "as warm as a polar bear cub in the arms of its mother in the middle of the ice cap". We agree - the Tired Man invokes domestic coziness and socializing by candlelight.

        And the proof it has become a Danish design classic took place at an auction in 2014:  an original sold for over $205.000 making it the most expensive Danish chair ever sold at auction.  Time to invest in one!

        Available in select Sheepskin, Kvadrat Hallingdal 65, and Kvadrat Sahco Zero options.

        Materials:

        • Legs: natural or smoked oak
        • Sheepskin or upholstery

        Dimensions:

        • Width: 40.2"
        • Depth: 38.2"
        • Height: 34.6"
        • Seat height 15"
        • Weight: 88 lbs.

        Also available:

        Tired Man Foot Stool

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