Little Petra +Pouf sheepskin
Architect and designer Viggo Boesen presented the Lounge Chair Little Petra for the first time in 1938 as part of the exhibition ‘Copenhagen Cabinetmakers Guild Exhibition’. Further international exhibitions and prizes followed. Little Petra impresses with its compact size and special shape. Like a kind of negative shape, the backrest of the Little Petra Lounge armchair recreates the anatomical silhouette of the sitter. Thanks to this embeddedness, the Little Petra lounge armchair feels particularly comfortable and eclipses large, voluminous wing chairs. The Pouf has now been developed in 2020 as a complement to the armchair classic and matched to it in shape and height.
Already at the sight of the cubic and shapely Little Petra armchair you want to sit down immediately with a book or drink and leave the hectic world behind. This feeling of well-being is now reinforced by the matching Little Petra Pouf. If a visit has been announced, the Little Petra Pouf offers an additional seating.
Covered with real sheepskin, the cuddly character of the Little Petra armchair + Poufs is of course reinforced. The vegan version of The Little Petra + Pouf is available with the fabrics ‘Karakorum’ or ‘Hallingdal’. If you want to make sure that Little Petra armchair and Pouf are optimally matched, you should always order the pair together to reduce production-related colour and material deviations. Of course, the Little Petra ‘Pouf ATD1’ – according to the type designation – can also be ordered individually in the TAGWERC Design STORE.
- Oiled walnut
- Lounge Chair
- Seat height
- Seat height
- 75.00 cm
- 81.00 cm
- 40.00 cm
- 20.00 kg
- 38.00 cm
- 53.00 cm
- 38.00 cm
- 5.20 kg
- Outdoor suitable
- The Little Petra Lounge Chair will be handcrafted for you after your order.
Since this is a natural product, every coat is slightly different. Minor deviations in color, structure, size are normal.
The Little Petra lounge chair was designed by
Viggo Boesen is one of the rough diamonds in Danish design of the 20th century. With his designs and design works in the style of 'Danish Golden Age' and using natural materials, the native Dane is experiencing a renaissance because of his sustainable approach. The designer and architect gained an award for his Little Petra design, which was reissued by &tadition in 2018.