Danish Modern X-Line Stacking chair by Niels Jørgen Haugesen for Hybodan, made and designed in Denmark in 1977.
Geometric Scandinavian modern wire frame dining chairs. From the same X-line series by Danish designer Niels Jørgen Haugesen. The chairs have a metal wire frame and a seating and back made of an orange perforated metal plate. Chairs can be stacked. Beautiful set which is a good example of late mid-century design “high-tech movement”, when more traditional materials like teak and rosewood were replaced by other materials like metal.
Set of six chairs is in good condition with some traces of use to orange paint. The seating, back and table plate remind us a bit of the perforated designs by Mathieu Matégot for Artimeta.
Niels Jørgen Haugesen was a Danish designer that used the high-tech movement to create modern furniture with well thought functionality and a good knowledge of materials. In his collaborations with Danish furniture producer Frederica, which also worked with top designers like Borge Mogensen, Hans Wegner and Nanna Ditzel, he designed his award winning Haugesen Dining table and coffee table. Other works of him are his “Distance ” sofa and lounge chair and “String” and “X-line” dining or side chair.
We also have a matching dining table avaialable
Depth: 40,5 cm
Width: 48,5 cm
Height: 77 cm; seating: 45 cm