classic design and high seating comfort
The beautiful SOLDATEN chair was designed by Poul M. Volther in 1951 for the Copenhagen Carpenter exhibition. It clearly shows the great talent he had as a furniture architect, as it is both beautiful and with high seating comfort. The SOLDATEN chair is for you who love Danish craftsmanship and want to combine timeless design with optimal seating comfort.
The SOLDATEN chair is available in FSC-certified oak in matt or black lacquer. The lacquer is water-based, as it helps to maintain a good indoor climate and avoids unnecessary damage to the environment. The lacquer keeps your furniture beautiful for several years, without the need for additional care. If spillage occurs on the wood, wipe the furniture with a dry or hard wrung cloth, as it may otherwise damage the surface. No other treatment is needed. Once the SOLDATEN chair has been used for several years, it can be sanded down and re-treated with lacquer.
a sustainable chair
The SOLDATEN dining table chair is handmade by Danish suppliers in certified materials. The chair is manufactured in West Jutland at a recognized furniture factory, and is of course also produced from FSC-certified wood, as all other MAKE nordic furniture.
The cushions consist of cold foam of high quality that protects you and your loved ones against brominated flame retardants and other potentially harmful chemicals. Most of the furniture textiles and leather qualities at MAKE nordic are certified with the Nordic Ecolabel, the EU flower or Oeko-tex for the sake of both the environment and your health.
The designer - Poul M. Volther
Poul M. Volther, born in 1923 and died in 2001, is part of Denmark’s most renowned architects, who have deep roots in good craftsmanship. His style was based on Scandinavian functionalism, which with a modern twist found a middle ground between the Bauhaus style and the classic and practical work. He thus avoided getting stuck in various short-lived trends, and instead designed works that mesmerizes people across time.
Poul M. Volther’s style was simple, functional and beautiful. Which has resulted in a large number of his design classics having found their way into thousands of Danish homes, where they are still found to this day.