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About the design
The Model 310 chair is designed by Erik Buch ca. 1956/57 (we have seen a photo from Christian Christensens Møbelfabrik showing workers making the chair) and it is mentioned in Mobilia, 1961. It was produced at Christian Christensens Møbelfabrik.
The model 310 chair is a beautiful example from the Danish modern era, constructed of solid rosewood frame with curved teak backrest and floating seat. Solid joinery and attention to detail throughout, like the tiny knobs on the side of the backrest – they conceal the screws that secures the backrest.
Elegant with soft, organic lines and the curvature of the teak backrest and the rosewood frame supports the human body perfectly, making it a extremely comfortable dining chair.
A dining chair with style and class and it attracts attention with its appealing shape, the blend of rosewood and teak and the floating seats. The warm rosewood radiates and the lighter teak glows – truly stunning!
Often marked underneath with Danish Furniture Makers control stamp on the rosewood frame and Chr. Christensens Møbelfabrik, Vamdrup, Design: Erik Buch and Made in Denmark underneath the seat.
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Meet the Designer
Bent Karlby was a Danish architect, designer and member of the resistance. He was educated at the Technical School in Aarhus, in 1932. Karlby worked for Vilhelm Lauritzen in the period of 1934-39, Palle Suenson 1939-40 and Ernst Kühn 1941-43. In Januar …
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ABO Randers A/S was a small lighting company, situated in Aalestrup, near Randers, in Jutland. It was founded in the late 1960s, and mainly based on one product idea – the successful Ball magnet wall lamp, originally designed by Benny Frandsen. The gen …