Kaare Klint Safari Chair KK47000
Safari Chair KK47000 by Kaare Klint for Carl Hansen and Son
Kaare Klint designed the Safari chair and stool in 1933, inspired by a British officer's chair he had seen in a travel guide for Africa. The first models of the chair were sold to some of Kaare Klint's colleagues, such as Arne Jacobsen, who saw clear possibilities in the simple, functional style.
The Safari chair is one of the world ́s first build-it-yourself pieces of furniture, and a signature piece of Danish Design history. Ships disassembled, and can easily be assembled and disassembled without using any tools. The flexible construction of the chair means it adapts to both the floor on which it is placed, as well as to the person sitting in it.
Available with a matching Safari footstool.
Designer: Kaare Klint, 1933
Manufacturer: Carl Hansen & Son
Dimensions: 22.4"w | 22.4"d | 31.5"h | 13.4"h seat
- Solid wood frame in either natural ash or smoked ash with an oil finish.
- Covers are natural canvas or leather.
- Arm straps in natural saddle leather.
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