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Grand Prix chair Arne Jacobsen fully upholstered hallingdal oak veneer base
Designer: Arne Jacobsen

Grand Prix™

4130, chair, fully upholstered

Variant: Hallingdal 130, grey upholstery, oak veneer base
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11 056,00 SEK
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Delivery: 7-10 weeks when purchased online | Free shipping (standard delivery)

The Grand Prix™ chair was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1957. The chair was first presented at the Spring Exhibition for Danish crafts and furniture design. The chair was originally presented as Model 3130 but was renamed after being awarded the prestigious Grand Prix at Triennale di Milano in 1957. It is a great example of a furniture design that is able to enhance an entire room with its mere presence.

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Product Information
Base material: Oak
Seat height: 46.5 cm
The shell is steam bent in one piece made out of 9 layers of veneer. These layers are always lined with Indian cotton on the inside.
The chair is available in two natural wood types and in 2 colours in coloured ash (the grain is visible and two shells might not be 100% identical). It is available as front upholstered and fully upholstered as well.

The base consists of 4 wooden legs and is non-stackable.
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Grand Prix chair in white
Grand Prix in coloured ash with wooden base, designed by Arne Jacobsen
Grand Prix in gray cloured ash with wooden base, designed by Arne Jacobsen
Grand Prix in black ash with wooden base, along with Grand Prix table, designed by Arne Jacobsen
Grand Prix chair with wooden base in white, designed by Arne Jacobsen
  • The Grand Pirx chair in coloured ash in the colour Nine Grey, designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1957.
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