• GJ chair and nesting table, here the teak version, by Grete Jalk / Lange Production.
  • GJ chair and nesting table, here the teak version, by Grete Jalk / Lange Production.
  • GJ chair and nesting table, here the black stained ash version, by Grete Jalk / Lange Production.
  • GJ chair and nesting table, here the black stained ash version, by Grete Jalk / Lange Production.
  • GJ chair and nesting table, here the oregon pine version, by Grete Jalk / Lange Production.
  • GJ chair and nesting table, here the oregon pine version, by Grete Jalk / Lange Production.

OBJECT

GJ chair and nesting table; teak or black.

DESIGN

Grete Jalk, Denmark 1963.

DESCRIPTION

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The chair, for which Jalk also created a compan­ion side table, was realised in collaboration with the cabinetmaker Poul Jeppesen. Although it won first prize in a competition organised by the British newspaper Daily Mail during the year of its incept­ion, the chair never went into industrial production. Only a few pieces from the original series of app­rox­imately 300 still exist today, one of these is to be seen in the permanent collection of Museum of Modern Art in N.Y.
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NOTE

You can see GJ chair and nesting table in our showroom. Please contact us to get shipping quote for the chair. Delivery time approx. 14 days.

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