The Lily™ was originally designed for the Danish National Bank. The first model was 3108 from 1968, and the chair was introduced to the market with arms, model 3208, at the Danish Furniture Fair in 1970. The chair is made from laminated sliced veneer and is the result of an extremely complicated moulding process that ensures the perfect curves and the best comfort.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Lily™, the last chair Arne Jacobsen ever designed, we are now relaunching the original version in walnut veneer.
The shell is made of pressure moulded veneer - eight layers of inner veneer and two outer veneers, in the front and in the back of the shell. The inner veneer is made from beech and the outer veneer is
made from walnut. The base is made in chromed steel tubes.
Each anniversary chair will feature a special tag mounted underneath the chair.