SCANDIA PRINCE dining chair by Hans Brattrud

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Hans Brattrud (born 1933), the Scandia stackable chair designed in 1957 as a student project at the National College of Art & Design in Oslo. The chair was revolutionary both in form and expression. Through the use of horizontal ribs, a two-dimensional laminated form was hung and made three-dimensionally. This was an ingenious construction, which is also a unique and timeless design.

The Scandia seat range includes a stackable chair, lounge chair and an easy chair, all with accompanying tables. In 1960, the chairs were made and additional models developed. The Scandia chair program won recognition and became instantly clear eyecatcher at various exhibitions and fairs. In 1967, the Scandia was stackable chair awarded a gold medal at the International arts and crafts fair in Munich. That same year also received "The Award for Design Excellence" by the Norwegian Design Council. As late as 2006, the Scandia easy chair received the "Interior Innovation Award Cologne 2006" and was nominated for "The Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2007".


Laqured laminated wood in American walnut or oak. The price of this chair in white pigmented oak is €800,-.

Satin chrome steel bolt base.

Technical data: H 950 x W 540 x D 510 mm
Accessories: Cushion
Weight: 5.2kg
Seat height: 420/450 mm (rear seat / front seat)
Design: Hans Brattrud - 1960


This chair is available with a black frame for €50 extra.

This chair is also available in various colors, then the price is €800.

These chairs are stackable, therefore it's possible to deliver four chairs in one box.  

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