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TENOR

Design: Nissen & Gehl

The universal language of furniture

Music is the universal language of man, - exactly like a beautifully designed piece of furniture. Model Tenor is inspired by the most exciting and beautiful elements in Danish furniture design.
tenor-lounge-chair lounge stole

H: 96 cm

W: 74 cm

D: 82 cm

Seat height: 45 cm

Seat depth: 51 cm
Footstool dimensions : Height: 40 cm / Width: 60 cm / Depth: 52 cm / Seat height: 40 cm

Supplied with or without buttons in the back

Upholstery

Frame | Molded foam with nozag springs in seat frame

Seat cushion | Polydun

Legs

BEECH | 02-soap, 04-lacquered, 06-oil, 08-mahogany stained, 09-black lacquered

OAK | 10-soap, 12-oil, 14-varnished, 16-white oil, 18-black stained, 19-smoked oil

WALNUT | 40 oil (While stocks last)

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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

Opus hvilestole stole

Commercial furnishings, institutions, hotels, etc.

The furniture series is suitable for both private homes and commercial interiors, institutions, hotels, etc.
The result is a functional and beautiful piece of furniture.

Tenor lounge chair

A design that supports a piece of furniture with many unique details.
But also a design that ensures perfect sitting comfort.
Steen Østergaard

A little about designers Søren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl

Søren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl are both trained cabinetmakers and designers of exclusive and up-to-date furniture. Both are trained cabinetmakers from Rud (Rasmussens Snedkerier in Copenhagen) and then as designers from the School of Applied Arts, followed by a few years at various design studios and design schools in Denmark and abroad. Since 1970, they have worked together in the company Nissen & Gehl. Over the years, they have received numerous awards for their unique, functional design, which has also earned them international recognition. Ebbe Gehl: The design process is only ready when construction, form and function merge into a higher unity. The fact that you immediately understand the design and construction is fundamental.

My designs must have soul and a personal expression right down to the detail, where construction and the function of the furniture merge into a harmonious whole and form its own new form. I like itwhen the detail in the construction also becomes the supporting decorative element. Each furniture design must have its very own soul. Søren Nissen's prerequisites for creating beautiful furniture design are based on his own great craftsmanship. He creates products that are based on the best craftsmanship tradition in both wood and metal. The combination of beautifully executed woodwork and elegant and stylish steel structures is therefore characteristic of his design. Søren Nissen's furniture carries elements from the 'golden age' in Danish tradition, but the mix with today's tight and elegant minimalism points to future furniture design.