Year of origin
h 71 / w 56 / d 56
Classic reduced design with folding wood frame, back and seat in linen, armrests comes in leather. In 1960, Hundevad designed his most famous work, the Guldhoj chair. The design was a direct copy of a folding chair found in a burial mound in Vamdrup that dated back to the Scandinavian Bronze Age. It was the oldest preserved piece of furniture in Scandinavia. Hundevad measured the original chair, streamlined the design, and put it into production, using four different types of wood and leather seating in light and dark shades. The chair was an immediate success and was sold around the world.