Ingeborg Lounge Chair
$2,739 - $5,979
Renowned designer Flemming Lassen named his cozy easy chair Ingeborg, after his mother. Originally designed in 1940 as a one-off for a Danish furniture exhibition, the softly rounded seating and its optional matching footrest has been revived for a new century. Comfy but not over-scaled, the armchair looks fetching from all angles and can be placed anywhere in a room without taking up too much space. Choose from natural sheepskin or in-stock boucle upholstery.
- 29.9" h x 31.9" w x 29.9" d (76x81x76cm)
- Seat height: 15.7" (40cm)
Oak, plywood, wadding, foam, sheepskin
- Textile Category 0: Boucle
- Textile Category 1: Champion, City Velvet, Maple, Melange Nap, Remix 3, Re-wool, Illusion
- Textile Category 2: Canvas 2, Colline 2, Fiord 2, Hallingdal 65, Reflect, Savanna, Steelcut 2, Steelcut Trio 3
- Textile Category 3: Merci Boucle, Safire, Velvet Mix, Vidar 4, Zero
- Textile Category 4: Grand Mohair
- Leather Category 1: Ultra, Dakar
- Leather Category 2: Shade, Dunes, Nuance
- Leather Category 3: Royal Nubuck, Sheepskin
- COM and COL are available on request
Additional fabrics available upon request. Contact us for more information.
Among the fathers of Functionalism— the modernist movement where form is driven by the undecorated materials and the purpose of the object—brothers Mogens and Flemming Lassen contributed to the Danish Modern style as architects and furniture designers, highly awarded during life and their early pieces now command stratospheric prices at auction. With such a proud legacy, Søren Lassen (Mogens’ grandson) launched By Lassen in 2008 to reintroduce both his grandfathers’ iconic work along with new pieces by Søren, a notable designer in his own right.
The Kubus series, introduced upon the company’s 10th anniversary, is in keeping with the movement his forebearers championed, minimalist and geometric in form and modern in making: it is sustainably produced with up to 95% recycled steel at By Lassen's factory in Holstebro, Denmark. Of course, Mogen’s minimalist but voluptuous seating proportions live on in pieces like the Tired Man armchair and Wilhelm sofa; while Flemming, inspired by an early encounter with Le Corbusier in Paris, took a more angular route with output like his aptly named Frame storage range.
“It is By Lassen’s vision to share the Lassen brothers’ legacy with the coming generations,” says Søren, who has also made it his mission for the house to offer pieces from other rising talent that reflects the By Lassen design language, “as beacons of the Danish design tradition that has inspired so many design talents.”