Fredericia


Ditzel Lounge Chair


design Nanna Ditzel
& Jørgen Ditzel, 1953


Known for her rebellious spirit and stubborn attitude, Nanna Ditzel loved to push the limits of the possible and challenge the status quo with her sculptural and vibrant designs inspired by nature.

She created the Ditzel Lounge Chair in collaboration with her husband Jørgen. Refusing the conventional idea that an armchair should be designed for one ideal position, they start from the idea that being able to sit in various ways gives people greater freedom to think and live in an individualized way.

The lines of the Ditzel Lounge Chair have been designed to be beautiful whatever the angle and its position in the room. Its shape adapts perfectly to the body thanks to its generous width, its back support, its armrests and its padding. Its comfort is excellent whatever the seating position.

The armchair can be customized thanks to the wide choice of available upholsteries. Despite its dimensions, the Ditzel Lounge Chair takes up little space in a room.

Dimensions H72 x L81 x P73 cm – seat height 37 cm

Carlotto 500 (price group 2)
+ smoked oak

sheepskin (price group 5)
+ walnut

Hallingdal 130  (price group 2)
+ walnut

Ditzel Lounge Chair
from 1685 €

available upholsteries

free samples
(against deposit)
95 €

price group 1 : Remix, Linara, Ruskin
price group 2 : Canvas, Fiord, Harald, Steelcut Trio, Hallingdal, Tonus, Sunniva, Clay, Carlotto
price group 3 : Divina Melange, Vidar
price group 4 : Grand Mohair
price group 5 : Pilot, Noise, sheepskin

sheepskin (price group 5)

+ oak

sheepskin (price group 5)
+ walnut

Hallingdal 110 (price group 2)
+ smoked oak

Hallingdal 130 (price group 2)
+ walnut

Carlotto 500 (price group 2)
+ smoked oak

Clay 12 (price group 2)
+ smoked oak

Hallingdal 103  (price group 2)
+ walnut

Hallingdal 110  (price group 2)
+ smoked oak

Nanna Ditzel 

Nanna Ditzel was truly an extraordinary woman. Incredibly talented, endowed with a magnetic personality and a relentless will.

When Thomas Graversen succeeded his father at the head of Fredericia in the late 1980s, Ditzel joined him as head of design. Their close collaboration and openness to experimentation has given rise to many pieces of design celebrated around the world, such as the Trinidad chair, undoubtedly the most famous piece of Ditzel.

His career began as part of the mid-century modern Danish movement. An avant-garde visionary, his career lasted more than 50 years.