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PP Mobler

PP250 Valet Chair

Fun often plays a major part in Wegner's work. And this is perhaps most obvious in The Valet Chair.
The chair was conceived in 1953 after a long talk with Professor of Architecture Steen Eiler Rasmussen
and designer Bo Bojesen about the problems in folding clothes in the most practical manner at bedtime.
With The Valet Chair Wegner took the consequence of this discussion and united the demanded
functions with a playful sculptural design. The top rail is shaped as a coat hanger while the seat is
basically a box for storing.
Originally the chair had four legs, but Wegner was dissatisfied with this solution and continued working
on the chair. He ended by solving the rather heavy look by removing one of the legs. PP Møbler
resumed the production of this three-legged version in 1982.
Soap washed timber (maple, teak and pine), Oiled timber (maple mahogany and cherry) or clear
lacquered timber (maple, pine, teak, mahogany, and cherry).
Width / Depth / Height / Seat Height
510mm / 500mm / 950mm / 450mm
5 year warranty against manufacturing defects on standard products (materials and construction).
Wear, tear and damage to finish and the like are not covered by this guarantee.
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