Maharam Shell Chair – Alpine Stripe
Alpine Stripe was designed by Sonnhild Kestler, a textile designer and hand screen printer working in Zurich. This fabric is part of Maharam’s continuing exploration into modern iterations of traditional patterns.
Alpine Stripe reinvents typical Alpine motifs through the use of vibrant color and bold composition. It is densely constructed of fine cotton yarn for incomparable color saturation and graphic clarity.
Carl Hansen & Son has paired this beautiful fabric with a walnut / lacquer frame to bring out the vibrant colors and textures. However, all woods and finishes available upon request.
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Alpine Stripe: fabric detail – source: Maharam
Carl Hansen & Son has teamed up with US textile leader Maharam to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wegner Shell Chair, creating 20 brand new editions of the CH07 that will be available on Danish Design Store starting September 1.
We’re doing are part to honor the Maharam Edition: during the month of September we will create 20 unique posts that shed light on each fabric and wood combination.
So come back often to learn about the Maharam Shell Chair!
First post: September 2 – Alpine Stripe
For Carl Hansen & Son’s Maharam page: click here.
Here’s a great short video from the Carl Hansen & Son Youtube Channel showing the beauty of the Wegner Shell Chair.
Carl Hansen and Son manufactures the Wegner CH07 Shell Chair in a wide variety of woods, finishes, fabrics and leathers.
Danish Design Store offers all variations of the Shell Chair, including a limited selection that is available for Quick-Ship to the United States.
This site is dedicated to one of the most distinctive lounge chairs on the planet: the CH07 Shell Chair by Hans J. Wegner.
Just as we’ve done with the Wegner Wishbone Chair, this site will serve as a library for information, images, tips and links for the CH07 Lounge Chair.
This site is owned and maintained by Danish Design Store, an authorized dealer of the entire Carl Hansen & Søn collection.
We hope the “Smile Chair” makes you grin as much as us with design delight.
Looking for Carl Hansen & Son? Go here: http://www.carlhansen.com