109 Chair 1946
Just like its close relative, the 108 Chair, the 109 Chair was originally manufactured by cabinetmaker Niels Vodder. In this design, it is in particular the uniquely detailed armrests, that make this chair interesting and elegant.
Apart from the comfort that Finn Juhl is so famous for, the armrests are almost intimately shaped to fit a hand with curves and angles at just the right places and a small hollowing at the tip, which perfectly fits the plum of a thumb.
About the 109 Chair
The chair is manufactured in walnut, oak or teak and it is the perfect dining or conference room chair. Its elegant and comfortable qualities mean that the chair also easily lends itself to hotels and restaurants.
Seat and backrest are upholstered in fabric or leather.