Goliat design armchair by Poul M. Volther
Unique chair from 1953 by Poul M. Volther sees the light of day.
This beautiful piece of Danish furniture crafts was designed by Poul M. Volther for the Copenhagen Furniture Carpentry Exhibition in 1953. A sustainable piece of furniture that represents a time when craftsmanship fused with the scent of freshly cut wood.
The Goliat design armchair has so far only been produced in a few copies and was found by a case of Poul M. Volther’s son at a Swedish auction. The design and pencil lines of the original drawings have proved timeless, and with its beautiful, sculptural and aesthetic lines it will decorate the homes that value timeless design and a craft that has roots in the Danish furniture age.
Goliat design armchair – Sustainable design with high seating comfort
The Goliat design armchair by Poul M. Volthers has a beautiful, minimalist look and surprisingly high seating comfort. The chair can stand alone with its stylish lines, but it can also be easily combined with other furniture to create a varied and personal look in the home. There is no doubt that Goliath will contribute positively to any room with its unique and beautiful design language. If you take good care of the Goliath chair, it can last a lifetime. That way you avoid buying new. And it is sustainable!
See also the dining table chair by Poul M. Volther here
Goliat design armchair is handmade in sustainable materials in collaboration with Danish suppliers. The chair is made at a reputable furniture factory very close to MAKE nordic’s warehouse. In this way we avoid unnecessary CO2 emissions in connection with transport. The chair is made of FSC-certified solid oak. Three cushions are included with beautiful, removable fabric cover and leather cord for attachment. You have the opportunity to choose from several different fabric variants and beautiful leather in both contemporary and timeless design.
The Goliat chair has three removable cushions that are manufactured in Oeko-tex cold foam with leather cord. Our certificate on the Oeko-tex Standard 100 has no 2013LK0003.
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