Originally designed for the Danish National Bank in 1968, the chair was then later introduced to the market at the Danish Furniture Fair in 1970. Defined by graceful curves and smooth, sculptural details, the chair's distinctive armrests create a comforting, supportive area for you to rest your arms, perfect for a dining or desk space. Expertly crafted from layered walnut veneer, finished with a unique, anniversary tag mounted underneath the chair, the elegant design has been built to last generations, a true embodiment of timeless, functional design. The Fritz Hansen Lily Dining Armchair is also available without armrests.
Arne Jacobsen was one of Denmark’s most influential 20th century architects and designers. Jacobsen’s buildings and products meld modernist ideals with a Nordic love of naturalism.
We take a look at some of Jacobsen’s most iconic designs in our guide to the The Grandfather of Modern Danish Design.