High quality reproduction of Jørgen Høvelskov's design.
Originally called the Viking Chair by Danish designer Jørgen Høvelskov as the design was inspired by the form of ancient Viking boats, this chair was renamed the "Harp Chair" by a journalist attending its first exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1963. The distinctive silhouette and rope seating calls to mind the strings of a harp, with the frame anchoring the woven ropes.
Woven rope seat
Total height: 53.5"
Back height: 41"
Seat height (at the front): 15.5"
Seat height (at the back): 10"
Seat depth: 19"