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Nanna Ditzel, 1993

With the Trinidad chair, Nanna Ditzel created a recognizable interior dining chair. Thanks to its precise transparency, it embodies elegance and transparency. The back's semi-circular shape emphasizes the play on light and shadow that gives the chair a strikingly bold aspect. The chair is stackable and comes with optional seat upholstery.

Dimensions H85 x l.48,5 x P57 cm

Nordic blue beech / chrome

Khaki green beech / chrome

beech lacquered / black

black ash / chrome

grey stained oak / flint

oak lacquered / chrome

oak oiled / brushed stainless steel

walnut lacquered / black

Seat upholstered
leather Vice 11 black + black ash / chrome

Seat upholstered
leather Vice 11 black + oak lacquered / chrome

Seat upholstered
leather Vice 11 black + walnut lacquered / black

Seat upholstered
leather Vice 11 black + grey stained oak / flint

Seat upholstered
leather Vice 11 black + beech lacquered / black

Customize your Trinidad chair

Seat upholstered

wood seat

Fabrics & Leathers

Nanna Ditzel

Nanna Ditzel (1923-2005), with her postmodernism attitude and rebellion against tradition, became a leading figure in the renewal of Danish design in the 1990's, well after her 70th birthday. She had a magnificent ability to transform her artistic dreams into very functional and purposeful designs. Nanna Ditzel designed the world’s most renowned furniture textile "Hallingdal" for Kvadrat.

The collaboration between Fredericia and Ditzel developed into a mutual partnership and the successful launch of the Trinidad chair in 1993 marked a turning point in Fredericia's history, establishing Nanna Ditzel as Fredericia's second house designer after Børge Mogensen. As she once said: "Three streps forward and two back still means I’ve taken a step in the right direction!"