By RT Essentials

R6,140.35 R4,298.25

Robert’s Comment 

Originally designed in 1958 by Arne Jacobsen and still it works effortlessly in the finest contemporary interiors 50 years on. An icon of modern design that will never date and works in any space. I like the fact that it looks almost like a sculpture with its curvy lines and confident three dimensional appearance. Unlike competitor retailers our units have portions and dimensions that respect the original design for an authentic look. They have a good solid feel to them with a quality 360 degree rotation mechanism.

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An affordable collection of premier design pieces. As a designer Robert pays particular attention to the design aesthetics and proportions of all these pieces. He personally selects every piece, to ensure it has the style, quality and craftsmanship you deserve, all the while exercising caution on price.

All pieces in this collection come with a 1 year quality guarantee.

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In the detail
* A modern classic design that will never date and works in any space
* Quality single mould ensures shape of the chair is maintained over time
* Recline option for maximum comfort
* Quality swivle mechanism allows for smooth 360 degree rotation
* Sturdy and durable, suitable for hospitality use

* H: 830 mm
* D:650 mm
* W: 730 mm

Legal Notice
This is a generic/ replica product. Robert is not associated with the licensed manufacturers of the original design.

About the designer: Arne Jacobsen
It is very rare that a designer’s creations become classics within their own lifetime, but Arne Jacobsen achieved just that. The Swan and Egg chair are two such furniture designs to become classics during Jacobsen’s lifetime.
One of the grandfathers of modern minimalist style, Arne Jacobsen, a Danish architect and designer, was a perfect example of the “Danish Modern” style.
A fastidious perfectionist, Jacobsen stood out in all areas of architecture, interior decoration, furniture, textile and porcelain design. It is difficult to think of a higher designation for an architect than one of his projects, St. Catherine’s college, Oxford, being granted a Grade I listing for architecture in England.

Story of the piece
The Swan chair was first seen in 1958 when it graced the lobby and lounge areas of the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen. It is typically Jacobsen, combining organic form and comfort. Initially designed in his garage, it is said Jacobsen was inspired by Eero Saarinen’s “Womb chair”, from which it gains some traits.

This product does require assembly. Please note that our 3rd party couriers only deliver the package to the address provided. They do not unwrap or assemble the product.

This product is returnable within 3 days from receipt. You will be liable for the delivery charges to and from the delivery address. Please refer to terms and conditions

Stock/Lead times 
Normally in stock. Please contact us to confirm availability before proceeding to check out. If product is in stock allow up to 10 working days for delivery to major centres