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Icons of Design, Mid-century modern, Scandinavian
Wood, Wood: oak, Natural leather
Brown – light, Brown
Ib Kofod-Larsen Design
The Knitting armchair, designed by Iba Kofoda-Larsen, first launched in a limited edition in 1951, returns to the world of modern Danish design as part of the "Modernism Reimagined" campaign of the Menu brand. This is the brand's first step towards classic furniture. The sense of proportion and the unparalleled quality of the chair make it the right choice for modern interiors. The name of the furniture refers to elbow cut-outs which provide maximum comfort when knitting or reading. The frame in this model is made of natural oak wood, while the upholstery is made of leather.
The menu is a Scandinavian brand established in 1978 in Copenhagen. It is characterized by minimalist, timeless forms. The brand is based on cooperation with designers, design groups or architects who follow the principles of simplicity and moderation in their designs.
The selected product is unprocessed and is manufactured to your individual specifications based on the available variants.
Delivery and returns
New - Comfort shipping is available for selected items - to learn more write at [email protected].
Delivery methods vary according to item and seller. The most popular are : post, courier or special furniture courier. When items are expedited by the seller, you will get an email with delivery details. If the information about shipment cost is missing, ask for a quotation, remembering to provide your postcode. You will receive the quotation by email as soon as possible – within a few working days. If items from one order come from different boutiques, they might be sent separately and by different carriers.
If the item that you’ve purchased doesn’t satisfy you, you can return it (at your own expense) within 14 days of delivery. When the item arrives safe and sound at the seller’s, you will receive a refund for the item and the primary delivery.