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MOON CHAIR

Design: Steen Ostergaard

An eye-catching icon in any room

The Moon Chair is something completely unique – a sculpture, an icon and a functional piece of furniture. The padded cushions float weightlessly in the round hoop and at the same time allow for 360 degree rotation.

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H: 112 cm

W: 79 cm

D: 82 – 167 cm

Upholstery

Frame | Molded foam on steel construction

Base + bracket:

70-stainless brushed steel
90-black powder coated

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Fabric

Wool | Chenille, velor, polyester | Cotton, linen | Mix | Structure

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Leather

Semi-aniline | Aniline | Vintage Honed Aniline | Nubuck

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Product sheet

Photos

2D/3D files

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Floating sculpture that is an armchair...

The round organic shape invites heavenly sitting comfort, while at the same time the user experiences a floating feeling. The overall impression is a combination of an infinitely elegant and unique chair with soft, round shapes and a raw and masculine expression in steel.

A sculpture, an icon and a functional piece of furniture

Moon Chair

Moon Chair was designed by Steen Østergaard in 2002 with inspiration from the organic forms of the 1960s and the raw look of the frame as a modern style element. The base and the floating hanger are in brushed stainless steel or black powder coating. The chair consists of a molded shell with soft padding that envelops the one sitting. The Moon Chair comes in a multitude of colours, further making the chair an eye-catching icon in any room.
Steen Østergaard

A little about designer Steen Østergaard

In 1957, Østergaard started his education as a furniture architect at the School of Art & Craft in Copenhagen - and achieved the highest honor and degree at the school. Østergaard has won many first places in furniture design competitions, including: 500 year anniversary of Danish upholstery. He was also chosen as the "designer" of "THE FURNITURE OF FUTURE" in 1966. In the period between 1962-1966, he was employed by "Finn Juhl" and in 1970-75 he worked for "Poul Cadovius - CADO". At the same time, he also started his own studio in 1966. For Steen Østergaard, it is incredibly important to combine aesthetic design with the human body, where you are always sitting ergonomically and comfortably in his furniture. In 1986 he moved with his family to England and later to Flensburg, Germany. Today he lives in the south of France, where he is still active as a designer and always has new ideas on the drawing board.