VLA76 | Foyer Chair

This variant: oak, oil, Leather Sif 90
By Vilhelm Lauritzen

The Foyer Chair is characterized by a unique interplay between oak wood and upholstery, and the armrests are hand-polished with the utmost care to avoid the appearance of noticeable transitions. The Foyer Series was exclusively created by Vilhelm Lauritzen for Radiohuset in Copenhagen in 1945.


This variant: oak, oil, Leather Sif 90

By Vilhelm Lauritzen

The Foyer Chair is characterized by a unique interplay between oak wood and upholstery, and the armrests are hand-polished with the utmost care to avoid the appearance of noticeable transitions. The Foyer Series was exclusively created by Vilhelm Lauritzen for Radiohuset in Copenhagen in 1945.

Recreated in close collaboration with Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, the Foyer Lounge Chair is one of a series of three designs Vilhelm Lauritzen custom created for Radiohuset in Copenhagen. Characterized by the unique interplay between its solid oak frame, upholstered seat, and slanted backrest, the chair is assembled from three individual parts and hand-polished to prevent visible transitions. Meticulously upholstered in leather, both the seat and backrest feature handmade buttons.
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Vilhelm Lauritzen

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Vilhelm Theodor Lauritzen was one of Denmark’s most influential architects and a father of Danish Modernism. Today, many of his projects remain as lasting examples of a new and revolutionary approach to architecture in which form followed function. Throughout his career, he maintained that architecture should be an applied art that serves all, not just the privileged few. Among Lauritzen’s most famous and acclaimed works are Copenhagen Airport’s first terminal (1939), which is now known as the Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal, Radiohuset broadcasting building in Frederiksberg (1945), Vega music venue in Copenhagen (1956), and the Danish Embassy in Washington D.C. (1960). Vilhelm Lauritzen was born on 10 September 1894 in Slagelse, Denmark. He graduated high school from Sorø Akademi in 1912 and from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture in Copenhagen in 1921. The following year, he founded Tegnestuen Vilhelm Lauritzen (today Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects). Lauritzen’s talents extended to interior design. Over the course of his career, he created everything from door handles, ashtrays, and railings to lamps, sofas, and chairs.
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