Design historians have described Juhl’s Egyptian Chair as a miraculous mix of ancient Egyptian design principles combined with influences from modern rhythm, aerodynamics and fast cars.
The Chair first made its debut together with the famous Chieftains Chair at the annual Copenhagen Cabinetmakers Guild Exhibition in 1949. Both chairs demonstrated Juhl’s unique genius and prompted an international interest for Danish design, which later acknowledged Finn Juhl as the Father of the Danish Modern style of design.
Relaunched by House of Finn Juhl in 2014
W 55 x D 56 x H 89 cm
Walnut, oak or teak
Fabric or leather