Hans J. Wegner's clean-cut CH36 dining chair is as comfortable
to sit in as it is beautiful to behold.
Simple, functional, and thoughtfully made, this 1962 Wegner
design demonstrates the influence of Shaker furniture principles
and craftsmanship on Wegner's aesthetic.
Of course, the master of chair design infused the CH36 dining
chair with his own subtle touches. The legs taper off slightly
toward the floor, creating a light, elegant appearance. The top of
the curved back is more rounded than the bottom, enhancing back
support. The frame and beautifully hand-woven paper cord seat,
while appearing delicate, are sturdily constructed to comfortably
Originally designed together with Wegner's CH327 dining table, the
CH36 and CH37 (with armrests) dining chairs are frequently used for
public meeting areas, restaurants and private homes.