PK24 Chair

Inspired by Poul Kjærholm

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PK24 Chair
The Product The Specs
  • Reproduction Poul Kjærholm PK24 deck chair
  • Ergonomic and simplistic like The PK 20 Chair
  • Available in three chic colours: Black, Dark Brown and Cream

About the PK24 Chair

If you can afford to own only one chair in your life, let it be a PK24. Its leather round body smoothes its way around an ergonomically shaped steel frame, solely designed for pampering your body. The seat comes with a mandatory leather neck support that can be height adjusted using an elegant stainless steel counterweight. This completes the finish making the chair outstanding in every respect. First introduced in 1965, this multi-purpose, seductive chameleon can be used anywhere.

The Story behind the PK24 Chair

Inspired by the Rococo period of the late early eighteenth century, Poul Kjærholm designed his PK24 Chair in 1965. Originally designed with a wicker body, the PK24 also went by the name of the 'Hammock Chair'. However, we have upgraded the lounge chair from a wicker body to a modern leather seat for optimal comfort and style.

  • Width: 158 cm
  • Height: 87 cm
  • Depth: 68 cm
  • Packaging: 168cm x 71cm x 95cm
  • Packaging weight: 44 kg
  • Seat Height: 14 cm
  • Boxes: 1
Poul Kjærholm

About The Designer:

Poul Kjærholm

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1929-1980 (Denmark)

Unlike his Scandinavian contemporaries who worked primarily with wood, Poul Kjærholm’s passion was steel. He liked to combine the cool beauty of the metal with other materials such as wood, leather, cane or marble. “Steel’s constructive potential is not the only thing that interests me; the refraction of light on its surface is an important part of my artistic work. I consider steel a material with the same artistic merit as wood and leather,” he commented.

"And we should try to keep our designs as simple as possible."

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