Valet Chair in White Oak designed
Valet chair in White Oak designed by Hans Wegner and produced by PP Mobler with three legs, top rail shaped as a coat hanger and seat with an incorporated box for storing.
The Valet Chair was originally designed by Hans Wegner in 1953 after a discussion with Professor of Architecture Steen Eiler Rasmussen and designer Bo Bojesen about the problems in folding clothes in the most practical manner at bedtime. Wegner brilliantly combined the demanded functions with a playful sculptural design. However it took him years before he was satisfied with his three-legged version of the Valet chair and before the Danish King Frederik IX finally received his order of ten of these chairs.
This item is produced by Family owned Danish joinery workshop PP Mobler, which was established in 1953 and is employing the world's best furniture craftsmen. Their love of wood, technique and ingenuity combined are the motivation behind the craftsmanship of high quality design furniture.
The furniture designs of world famous Danish designer Hans Wegner have been described as timeless and free from passing trends. With each piece, you get a sense of the uncompromising demand to quality and a deep respect for the craft and design.