Ejvind A. Johansson’s dining chair J67 was created back in 1957 and developed into one of the FDB furniture, and is still today sought after by collectors of Danish furniture classics. It’s squizzed back, is beautifully perforated by two horizontal lines, the chair is distinctive with an ease and formal look at the same time.
Suitable for most people’s dining tables or as a free standing chair in the modern Scandinavian home. When the chair was relaunched in 2013 the proportions were adjusted a little, because The Danes on average are a bit higher today.
Ejvind A. Johansson was the third leader of FDB Furniture, and when he arrived in 1955, he represented a new style with a little more focus on the artistic side. He was on many ways ahead of his time, which reflects that his Furniture is still very sought after at auctions. He was trained both as a furniture cutter and furniture architect. Despite the Swedish-speaking name Ejvind A. Johansson was raised in Djursland, where he lived until his death in 2002.
Materials and production:
Since wood is a natural material, shade differences can occur, even on the individual furniture. The wood used is FSC-certified from European forests.
Colour: black / nature
Can be stacked: no
Total or uncollected: gathered
Measurements in cm:
Row height: 79.5
Seat height: 45.0
Seat depth: 39.5
Outer dimensions of bone: 38.0
Gathered: 80.0 x 46.0 x 51.0
Package goals: 80.0 x 46.0 x 51.0