Menu Knitting Chair

Designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen for Menu

Please call us on +44 114 243 3000 or email us at info@nest.co.uk for further information, as due to licensing restrictions we may be unable to sell this item to customers in your country.

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Nest are proud to be an exclusive retailer of the re-issued Menu Knitting Chair, designed in 1951 by Ib Kofod-Larsen. Relax in comfort and distinction in a true example of a Scandinavian design classic.

Originally created in 1951, Danish brand Menu has now revived the Knitting Chair almost 70 years after its original conception. The chair is defined by its clever arm cut-outs that were specifically designed for resting your elbows when knitting. Even though the chair may not be used solely for knitting today, the cut-outs enable for your arms to comfortably rest whilst your body moulds into the chair's sleek curved back. The chair improves modern day living by providing a beautiful relaxing space that both enhances a room, whilst adapting to the reality of everyday human needs. The compact triangular frame does not take up too much space, demonstrating the chair's versatility, working in both smaller and larger living spaces. Discover more about the Knitting Chairs hugely celebrated revival in our Journal.

Dimensions
Height: 90.6cm x Width: 71.3cm x Depth: 66.9cm
Seat height: 30cm

Exclusivity
This product is only available for sale to customers in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.  

Materials & finishes
The solid oak frame is CNC milled and treated with a dark wax-oiled finish. Seat and backrest are made from form-pressed plywood and upholstered in grey aniline leather. All assembly is by hand.