The eighth piece of furniture in the series.
This one was another suggestion I received from a member in my 'inbox' - and yet another chair
Here's what they like about it:
Hans Wegner's Moller Chair - because it updates and pares down a classical form with such ease, elegance and simplicity, to the extent that I can't see how it could be improved on. It just looks so right. The pinnacle of a great designer's career, I reckon.
HANS J. WEGNER 1990
The chair was drawn for the Møller Centre at Churchill College in Cambridge, and produced by PP Møbler on special request from ship owner, Maersk McKinney Møller, who wanted a cross between PP 105 and PP 240.
Without Møller's request, the chair would probably never have been drawn. And it therefore seems only natural to name after him - the Møller Chair.
PP Møbler produced the chair from 1990 to 1996 in ash with strawbottom seat.
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