Located on Copenhagen’s castle grounds, the Pavilion Langelinie stands with a strong spirit and overlooks the waterfront promenade home of the Little Meer. Founded in 1885, the first pavilion. The second was designed in 1902 by Eva, an architect and Niels Koppel, in celebration of modernism, for the Royal Danish Yacht Club, although it was sadly destroyed during the Second World War. The Pavilion Chair by Andersen & Voll represents its own capacity to withstand. In this iconic, multipurpose space, Langelinie Pavilion, the challenge was to design a stackable chair for mass seat. TorbjÃ ̈rn Anderssen and Espen Voll were attempting to put early modernism into touch with the new modernism.
AV1 and AV3 (no arms) : 52,50cm x 50cm x 76cm H – seat height: 46cm
AV2 and AV4 (arms) : 56cm x 50cm x 76cm H – seat height: 46cm
AV1: Steel tubes an form pressed veneer. AV3: Steel tubes and compressed veneer with upholstered seat. Brass fittings for the front side of the back rest available upon request.
AV2: Steel tubes and form pressed veneer. AV4: Steel tubes and form pressed veneer with upholstered seat. Brass fittings for the front side of the back rest available upon request.
Wood: black lacquered oak, lacquered oak or lacquered walnut
Upholstery: Please contact with regards to different upholstery as there are endless options
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3D CAD models: Available
2D CAD models: Available
High res images: Available