Carl Hansen & Søn


KK43960 | Mix Chair

Kaare Klint's Mix Chair has earned iconic status among collectors since its unveiling in 1930, admired as much for its elegant, flowing form as its intricate construction concept.

Designed by Kaare Klint. 


The culmination of a sophisticated geometric exercise, the easy chair features a series of convex and concave curves that repeat and mirror one another to form the main frame and armrests. By contrast, the solid wood legs are kept square, with just the back legs gently sloping back to support the chair's slightly reclined profile.

The armchair embodies Klint's signature systematic design approach, using geometry and mathematics to achieve ideal shapes, proportions, and overall balance.

The loose, firm cushions offer exceptional comfort while reiterating the design's gentle curves and helping to maintain the intended form.

The frame is crafted from solid wood and the seat/back is upholstered with leather. 

The designer

Kaare Klint

Kaare Klint's influence as a professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Furniture School in Copenhagen from 1924-54 led to a renewal of Danish furniture design. His teaching and designs were radical at the time as he focused heavily on functional analysis, the best materials and uncompromising craftsmanship.

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