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Finn Juhl Pelican Chair CF903-1

Product category: Chairs
Hotline: 0086-13510313799
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Description:The Pelican chair was designed in 1939 by Finn Juhl. His idea behind a chair is not just a chair but also a decorative piece of art.Typical of Finn Juhl, the Pelican chair is very comfortable and manufactured according to best craftsmanship traditions with hand-sewn upholstery.Solid wooden legs with firberglass sheel.Some colors are finished with tufted buttons or without tufted buttons.This is a high quality reproduction true to the original Finn Juhl Pelican Chair.

 

Finn Juhl Pelican Chair CF903-1

 

Product Parameters:

Item: CF903-1 Dimensions(cm): 82(L)*80(W)*68(H)
Designer: Finn Juhl Colors available: Blue, Black, Gray, Green, Orange, Purple, Red, White, Yellow
Lead time: 15~25 days Inquiry Now: [email protected]

 

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1. The Pelican chair was designed in 1939 by Finn Juhl. His idea behind a chair is not just a chair but also a decorative piece of art.The Pelican is a marvellous piece of design which beckons to every beholder. Its organic form is a good example of the way in which Finn Juhl has been inspired by modern ”free art”.
2. Typical of Finn Juhl, the Pelican chair is very comfortable and manufactured according to best craftsmanship traditions with hand-sewn upholstery.
3. Solid wooden legs with firberglass sheel.
4. High density foam inside.
5. Available upholstery: leather or Cashmere wool.
6. Choice of colors.
7. Some colors are finished with tufted buttons or without tufted buttons.
8. The legs come in several types of wood,also available with maple, walnut, teak or oak legs.
9. This is a high quality reproduction true to the original design specifications. We use an independent quality control auditor to supervise the entire production process; ensuring every product is of the highest quality and has absolutely no imperfections.
10. Our prices are the competitive in the industry and our quality is one of the best.
11. It's wonderful as a functional sculpture and would look best in an open space where it can be appreciated from all sides.

•  Fast delivery.
•  Warranty / Guarantee: warranty for 2 years from the date of purchase.
•  Good Customer Service. 

Yadea's focus on quality does not end at the factory door - they believe that providing clients with exceptional service is just as important as manufacturing furniture. In order to make certain Yadea clients enjoy consistently high quality in all Yadea products, they have set up their own test center which monitors products against criteria that are far more stringent than the statutory standards. 

 

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Designer:


  Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl DENMARK (1912-1989)


Finn Juhl (30 January 1912 – 17 May 1989) was a Danish architect, interior and industrial designer, most known for his furniture design. He was one of the leading figures in the creation of "Danish design" in the 1940s and he was the designer who introduced Danish Modern to America.

In 1945 he left Vilhelm Lauritzen's company and set up his own design practice, in Nyhavn in Copenhagen, specializing in interior and furniture design. However, his work in furniture design began earlier than that.

Juhl made his debut in 1937 when he commenced a collaboration with cabinetmaker Niels Vodder which would continue until 1959 and exhibited at the Cabinetmakers' Guild Exhibitions, the 11th of its kind. Therefore his early chairs were originally produced in small numbers, eighty at most, because the Guild-shows emphasized the work of the artisan over the burgeoning industry of mass production. However, they were almost all reissued later in his career.

The Guild Exhibitions were an important venue for the young designers who sought to renew Danish design, turning their backs on the traditional historicist styles, heavy and with ornaments and plush, instead creating modern furniture which fitted the new trends in architecture. The projects was highly controversial and Juhl's first work met much criticism. His Pelican chair, designed in 1939 and first produced in 1940, was described as a "tired walrus" and "aesthetics in the worst possible sense of the word". In spite of the initial criticism, Juhl's work began to have an impact on the style of homes abroad throughout the 40s. In Denmark, however, his popularity did not reach that of his peers, Børge Mogensen and Hans Wegner, who were less radical in their designs and relied more on Kaare Klint, leader of the furniture school at the Academy and the nestor of modern Danish furniture design.

In 1948 Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., leader of the Department for Industrial Design at Merchandise Mart in New York, toured Scandinavia. He intentionally did not visit only the big Scandinavian exhibitions, but being impressed by Juhl's work he presented it in a large article in the Interiors magazine. In 1951 he participated in the Good Design exhibition in Chicago. In connection with the show he was quoted in Interiors for stating that "One cannot create happiness with beautiful objects, but one can spoil quite a lot of happiness with bad ones". The work he did for them—24 pieces including chairs, tables, storage units, sideboards and desks—represented his first successful marriage of modern mass production to his traditionally high craft standards.

At the Milan Triennale in the 50s, he won a total of five gold medals, further adding to his international reputation. During this decade he continued to design more specifically for the mass market than had been the case in the 40s.

Juhl also designed refrigerators for General Electric, glassware, ceramics, a line of furniture for the Baker Furniture Company of Holland, Michigan, and was the interior designer for the United Nations Trusteeship Council Chamber in New York City.

In the 60s and 70s he experienced a declining interest in his designs. In the 80's and 90s the interest resurged. In 2010 one of his sofas, produced by Danish furniture brand OneCollection, won a Wallpaper Design Award.

 

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