Oxford Premium™ is an elegant and iconic re-launch of the classic Oxford™ chair by Arne Jacobsen, initially produced by Fritz Hansen in 1962. Watch for an array of new, soothing colours, in a lovely soft fabric or leather, along with a subtle pattern of clean, horizontal lines. Adding extra comfort is a special foam that makes the chair all the more inviting to sit in for hours on end.
The Danish designer Kasper Salto has designed the Pluralis™ table series for Republic of Fritz Hansen. Pluralis is a table which is open to possibilities. As its Latin name implies, Pluralis pertains to more than one. Meaning, more than one type of situation, setting, occasion or meeting. Designed for the contemporary work culture, Pluralis can adapt to any kind of communication exchange you have in mind.
The Danish designer Kasper Salto has designed the NAP™ chair for Fritz Hansen. NAP is a series of light chairs, armchairs, bar- and counter stools designed for optimum sitting comfort regardless of the sitting position. NAP is an abbreviation of Normal, Active and Passive – because sitting is in actual fact constant movement.
The cooperation between Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen dates back to 1934. But in was in 1952 the break-through came with the Ant™. It was succeeded by the Series 7™ in 1955. This propelled his and Fritz Hansen's names into furniture history. The Ant and Grand Prix™ are just some of the very popular stacking chairs by Arne Jacobsen.
The Drop™ chair was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958 as part of his masterpiece, the legendary SAS Royal Hotel (Today: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel) in Copenhagen. The Drop was originally produced along with the Swan™ and the Egg™ but in a very limited number exclusively for the hotel.
Spanish designer Jaime Hayon has designed the wonderful easy chair called Ro™. The easy chair gives you space for relaxation and a moment to yourself. Ro is, however, much more than an easy chair. It’s a 11⁄2-seater where you can relax, change positions and have your newspaper, computer or child next to you. It creates a new comfort zone.