PP Møbler PP503 The Chair - Upholstered Seat

The Chair, designed by Hans Wegner in 1949, who referred to it as "The Round One", is one of the most famous Danish pieces of furniture. The back of the pp503 is carved out of a 5 inch piece of solid wood. The seat is upholstered in pure aniline leather.
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Delivery time: made to order - minimal 13 weeks

This chair is made to order by some of the world's best furniture craftsmen using materials that are required to meet PP Mobler's exacting specifications. The lead times can vary and are subject to change.

PP503 is also available in a variety of wood and finishes for the frame, and besides leather the seat can be upholstered in a wide range of carefully curated fabrics. 

Please contact Prevalent Projects for more information, ADDITIONAL FREIGHT COST APPLY.

Dimensions W24.8" x D20.5" x H29.9"; Seat height 17.3"

Materials solid oak with clear bio oil, seat in Vacona Fango pure aniline leather (Grain leather from South German cattle hides).

This chair was created in a language of shape and construction that only Wegner spoke and it triggered the first ever, foreign report on Danish design in the American Interiors Magazine. It also became the cornerstone in a wide range of designs, which for more than a decade constituted the core business of several Danish furniture manufacturers, effectively becoming the main force in the great international breakthrough of Danish Modern.

When John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon met in the first ever, televised election debate in 1960, they sat in the Round Chair. It was chosen mainly for its comfort and genuine quality - made in Denmark and shipped to the USA to play an important role in this historic event.