60 and still going strong

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It’s always good news for a design addict like me when classic design icons like Arne Jacobsen’s series 7 gets a “make over” with respect for the original idea. From this February Fritz Hansen launches the ever classic and ever beautiful chair in a dark blue and a pale pink. Why? The icon has just turned 60.

The 60th Anniversary Edition of the Series 7 is inspired by the notion that ‘opposites attract’, a key theme in interior design right now. The 60th Anniversary Edition of the Series 7 chair is all about contrast – in materials and colours. While the deep dark blue and the pale pink may contrast each other, they also interact to create a calm and elegant look, attracting and complementing one another. To mark the 60th anniversary of this iconic chair, each chair has a golden plate mounted on the underside of the shell.

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Det er altid gode nyheder for en designafhængig som mig, når klassiske designikoner som Arne Jacobsens 7’er stol får en “make over” med respekt for den originale idé. Fra februar og resten af 2015 kan du hos Fritz Hansen købe den evigt smukke stol i en flot mørkeblå og en sart rosa udgave. Hvorfor? Fordi ikonet lige er fyldt 60 år.  

60 års jubilæumsudgaven af 7´er stolen er inspireret af forestillingen om, at “modsætninger tiltrækkes”, hvilket lige nu er et af hovedtemaerne inden for indretning og design. 60 års jubilæumsudgaven stolen handler om kontraster – i materialer og farver. Selvom den meget mørkeblå og sarte lyserøde farve står i kontrast til hinanden, spiller de også sammen og skaber et roligt og elegant look, hvor de tiltrækker og komplementerer hinanden. 

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