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The Making of Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen

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Watch how the iconic and original Series 7 Chair designed by Arne Jacobsen is produced. This pressure-molded veneer chair is one of the most sold chairs in furniture history and is a further development of the famous Ant Chair which was designed by Arne in 1952. The Seven itself was useful in a variety of ways since it could have armrests, a swivel base with wheels, and a fixed pedestal for lecture halls, making it a “one stop shop” that catered to a variety of needs in an array of scenarios. The “making of” video from Fritz Hansen illustrates the time-consuming and breathtaking process behind one Series 7 Chair.

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