Ingeborg Ottoman, Textile

Ingeborg Ottoman, Textile

Designer Flemming Lassen

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Ingeborg Ottoman, Textile

Ingeborg Ottoman, Textile

Designer Flemming Lassen

Originally Ingeborg was designed in 1940 by Flemming Lassen. The chair was designed by Master carpenter Jakob kjær, who manufactured Flemming Lassen's furniture for The Carpenters guild Annual Furniture Exhibition.

The charming little easy chair is named after Flemming and Mogens Lassen's mother, the artist Ingeborg Winding. Ingeborg is a perfect match for the new sofa, called Vilhelm. The sofa is named after the brothers' father Hans Vilhelm Lassen who was a decorative artist. It's a beautiful reunion of Vilhelm and Ingeborg.

Despite its petite size, Ingeborg brightens any room with its charm and exclusive style. Ingeborg looks beautiful from all angles. It can be placed anywhere in a room without taking up too much space.

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Selected: Dark Stained Oak


Selected: 01/Sahco Zero

Regular price $1,649.00
Regular price $1,800.00 Sale price $1,649.00
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SKU 1500403-032M05ZZ


Foam, oak, plywood, steel, webbing / belts,


14.9"H x 16.1"W x 20.1"D

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Flemming Lassen

Credited for his role in bringing functionalism to Denmark, Flemming Lassen was an architect and designed noted for his exacting craftsmanship and naïve expression. Lassen drew much of his inspiration from the architect Mies van der Rohe and the tenets of the Bauhaus artistic movement —a less is more approach focused on form, function and novel materials counterbalanced with human needs. His original and distinctive designs with timeless silhouettes still resonate today.