Flemming Lassen designed the overstuffed easy chair, The Tired Man, for The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Competition in 1935. It is characterised by organic, bearlike shapes and then as now it created a sensation with its curved form and voluminous armrests. Sitting in the chair should, in Flemming Lassen’s own ords, be ”as warm and safe as a polar bear cub in the arms of its mother in the middle of the ice cap”. The family man Flemming Lassen valued intimate relationships - with its warm exterior, The Tired Man invokes domestic cosiness and socialising by candlelight.
Height: 88 cm
Width: 102 cm
Depth: 97 cm
Seat height: 38 cm
Colour/material: Moonlight sheepskin. Please contact us for other colours and upholstery options. Allow up to ten weeks lead time for custom upholstery.
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