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Happy Hook

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Ikeru VaseIkeru Vase
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Ikeru Vase

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Series 7 Chair - LacqueredSeries 7 Chair - Lacquered

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Series 7 Chair - Lacquered

$655
Wave Desk OrganizerWave Desk Organizer
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Wave Desk Organizer

$160
Series 7 Chair - Colored AshSeries 7 Chair - Colored Ash

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Series 7 Chair - Colored Ash

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Superellipse Table 59.1"Superellipse Table 59.1"

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Superellipse Table 59.1"

From $3,199
PM-02 Table LampPM-02 Table Lamp

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PM-02 Table Lamp

From $301
Little Friend Adjustable TableLittle Friend Adjustable Table

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Little Friend Adjustable Table

From $1,747
Series 7 Junior ChairSeries 7 Junior Chair

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Series 7 Junior Chair

$499
Dot StoolDot Stool

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Dot Stool

From $349
Ant Children's ChairAnt Children's Chair

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Ant Children's Chair

$396
FH MirrorFH Mirror

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FH Mirror

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Wooden BasketWooden Basket
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Wooden Basket

$289
Vertigo CushionVertigo Cushion

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Vertigo Cushion

$199
Utzon StoolUtzon Stool

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Utzon Stool

$1,499
AJ Trolley - WalnutAJ Trolley - Walnut

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AJ Trolley - Walnut

$1,199
Superellipse Table 118.1"Superellipse Table 118.1"

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Superellipse Table 118.1"

From $7,499
Superellipse Table 94.5"Superellipse Table 94.5"

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Superellipse Table 94.5"

From $4,899
Superellipse Table 70.9"Superellipse Table 70.9"

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Superellipse Table 70.9"

From $3,699
Superellipse Table 66.9"Superellipse Table 66.9"

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Superellipse Table 66.9"

From $3,399
Tradition Lounge TableTradition Lounge Table

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Tradition Lounge Table

$1,299
Tradition PoufTradition Pouf

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Tradition Pouf

From $1,899
Tradition Lounge ChairTradition Lounge Chair

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Tradition Lounge Chair

From $3,699
Tradition End ModuleTradition End Module

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Tradition End Module

From $3,399
Tradition Corner ModuleTradition Corner Module

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Tradition Corner Module

From $3,699
Tradition Spacer ModuleTradition Spacer Module

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Tradition Spacer Module

From $2,999
Clam PendantClam Pendant

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Clam Pendant

From $1,499
Kaiser Idell Floor LampKaiser Idell Floor Lamp

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Kaiser Idell Floor Lamp

$1,228
Kaiser Idell Table LampKaiser Idell Table Lamp

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Kaiser Idell Table Lamp

$849
Kaiser Idell Pendant 6722Kaiser Idell Pendant 6722

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Kaiser Idell Pendant 6722

$421
Kaiser Idell Pendant 6631Kaiser Idell Pendant 6631

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Kaiser Idell Pendant 6631

$536
Suspence PendantSuspence Pendant

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Suspence Pendant

From $575
Orient PendantOrient Pendant

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Orient Pendant

From $575
Caravaggio Opal PendantCaravaggio Opal Pendant

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Caravaggio Opal Pendant

From $691
Caravaggio Matte PendantCaravaggio Matte Pendant

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Caravaggio Matte Pendant

From $552
Caravaggio Gloss PendantCaravaggio Gloss Pendant

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Caravaggio Gloss Pendant

From $552
Calabash PendantCalabash Pendant

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Calabash Pendant

From $512
Series 7 Chair - Clear LacqueredSeries 7 Chair - Clear Lacquered

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Series 7 Chair - Clear Lacquered

From $655

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Creating Elegant Designs Since 1872

The history of Fritz Hansen began in 1872 when Danish cabinetmaker Fritz Hansen obtained a trade license in Copenhagen. Years later, in 1885, the Nakskov native opened a furniture production company. His son Christian joined him to create high-quality furniture items that continue to define Fritz Hansen today.

In the 1930s, Christian Hansen began to experiment with steam-bending techniques, making Fritz Hansen a leader in molded and laminate wood furniture. Essentially, Fritz Hansen founded Danish design by taking a lighter, more practical approach with clean lines and high functionality. In this same decade, Fritz Hansen launched the first Danish steel furniture as well as Kaare Klint's iconic Church Chair.

During World War II, Fritz Hansen expanded its factory. Though a rough winter caused a shortage in the supply of walnut wood, Fritz Hansen cleverly stockpiled it to introduce a new furniture series in walnut, which instantly became a success.

 

Designer Collaborations Led To More Success

Around the same time, Fritz Hansen collaborated with architect and designer Hans J. Wegner to create the China Chair, a sculptural celebration of wood and the finest craftsmanship. Fritz Hansen also collaborated with Børge Mogensen on the Spoke-back sofa, a piece far ahead of its time and considered "the most Danish" of all sofas.

Arne Jacobsen Collaboration

In the 1950s, Fritz Hansen began a two-decade-long collaboration with Arne Jacobsen, one of the most renowned Danish architects, on a multitude of iconic designs including the Ant Chair and the Series 7 Chair. Arne Jacobsen's Egg and Swan Chairs were manufactured by Fritz Hansen and created for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, as well as the Series 3300 Lounge Chair for the SAS Terminal.

SAS, which stands for Scandinavian Airlines Systems, worked with Arne Jacobsen as part of their mission to create "the world's first design hotel." The 22-story SAS Royal Hotel in central Copenhagen, now called the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, is considered one of Arne Jacobsen's greatest masterpieces. He designed all of it, with all of the furniture produced by Fritz Hansen.

More Designer Collaborations

In the 1960s, Fritz Hansen continues to collaborate with renowned Danish architects while also expanding their production facilities. The Superellipse Table––a table with no distinct ends––became one of Fritz Hansen's most popular designs out of a collaboration between Bruno Mathsson and Piet Hein. Around the same time, Fritz Hansen reintroduced Børge Mogensen’s Spoke-back sofa and Hans Wegner’s China Chair. Arne Jacobsen’s designs continued to dominate this period, a historical time for modern Danish design.

In 1979, Fritz Hansen sold 75% of its shares to Skandinavisk Holding in an attempt to future-proof the brand, which ended up being a successful move. Around this time, Verner Panton led the avant-garde movement of Danish design while collaborating with Fritz Hansen, leading to great success. Despite this new design movement, Fritz Hansen continues to guide interest back to Arne Jacobsen's Egg Chair and other timeless designs.

 

Introducing New Designs While Preserving & Honoring The Classics

Fritz Hansen's ever-expanding collection grew throughout the 1980s, creating elegant new designs and reintroducing classic designs. Fritz Hansen acquired the rights to Poul Kjærholm's collection designed between 1951 and 1980, as well as the Kevi collection and Munch Møbler series.

In the 1990s, Fritz Hansen's work was focused on five different areas: the dining room, the conference room, resting/waiting areas, office spaces, and the private home.

Jacob Holm became CEO in 1998, helping Fritz Hansen become a global design brand with an international presence focused on the end consumer. Under Holm's leadership, a new factory was opened to increase production capacity. Fritz Hansen opened up a showroom and museum to give the public a chance to see iconic pieces in person and also learn about Fritz Hansen's long history.

 

A New Millenium Brings New Changes

Fritz Hansen's work in the 2000s was centered around interpreting Fritz Hansen's design philosophy through a contemporary lens. This era brought the Ice Series and Little Friend by Kasper Salto, which utilized new materials and functional designs. Collaborations with Piero Lissoni and Cecile Manz resulted in iconic pieces that attracted new customers to Fritz Hansen. At the same time, Fritz Hansen continued to ensure that classic designs, like the Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen, remained relevant. Arne Jacobsen's Oxford Chair, a timeless design, was revitalized to suit modern needs.

 

Jaime Hayon Collaboration

Later, in 2011, Fritz Hansen initiated a collaboration with acclaimed Spanish designer Jaime Hayon to bring beautiful, comfortable, and sculptural new furniture as well as elegant and functional accessory designs.

 

Expanding The Brand Portfolio

Fritz Hansen's ever-expanding collection continues to have an international presence, all driven by the desire for good craftsmanship and to fill an entire room with furniture and accessories that make spaces beautiful just by their presence. Recently, Fritz Hansen acquired the Danish design brand Skagerak, which includes over 200 products consisting of both outdoor and indoor furniture and accessories.

We love how each piece of Fritz Hansen furniture––and every other Fritz Hansen design––unites function and form!

 

Our Favorite Fritz Hansen Furniture, Lighting, and Accessories

With countless collaborations with visionary designers over the years, including Jaime Hayon, Poul Kjærholm, Arne Jacobsen, Christian Dell, Cecile Manz, Kasper Salto, and more, there are so many iconic designs worth celebrating. Here are just a few of our favorites:

  • Slide Mirror with Storage Tray: one of our favorite accessory designs that delicately balances storage with sculptural beauty

  • JH Tray: a tray designed by Jaime Hayon made with beautiful Oregon pine and brass details

  • Egg Chair: a comfortable masterpiece by Arne Jacobsen

  • Clam Pendant: a striking pendant that 'hides' its light source just like a clam hides a pearl

  • Ro Chair: named after the Danish word for tranquility, designed by Jaime Hayon

  • Series 7 Chair: an icon in global design from Arne Jacobsen

  • Grand Prix Children's Chair: Arne Jacobsen's iconic Grand Prix chair, scaled down to perfectly suit a child, adding a playful touch to the entire room