Sif 98
Sif 95
Sif 93
Sif 92
Sif 91
Sif 90
Sif is a full grain, uncoated pure aniline ox hide. Only the very finest hides are chosen. The tanning and dying processes are one and the same. No final pigmentation or coating are applied, so slight variations within hides and between hides may occur. Sif has the most exclusive touch and the highest breathability. It has the most natural surface structure which is whey scars or other marks may be visible. Be aware that the light or vegetal colours will age with patina and grace – however, they are also very susceptible to stains. The darker colours will fade somewhat if exposed to sunlight for a longer period of time. We recommend this type of leather for those who want the very best comfort and quality, and who love the graceful ageing of the very best leather.
leather Sif – price group C
Thor 399
Thor 398
Thor 390
Thor 377
Thor 359
Thor 350
Thor 332
Thor 325
Thor 310
Thor 307
Thor 306
Thor 301
Thor 300
Thor is a semi-aniline ox hide with a natural grain and a coated surface. More uniform hides are chosen for this type of leather. It has a largely uniform surface structure with some visible scars or other marks. After aniline dying, a pigmentation coat is added to give perfect colour uniformity. Finally, a top coating is added to give the leather a protective layer. This type of leather has a good touch and low breathability. The advantages of Thor are that it requires low-maintenance and resists most stains and fading from sunlight. We recommend this type of leather for homeowners who want a good balance between maintenance and comfort. Thor is available in many colours.
leather Thor – price group B
Loke 7766
Loke 7763
Loke 7748
Loke 7744
Loke 7732
Loke 7310
Loke 7270
Loke 7240
Loke 7210
Loke 7170
Loke 7160
Loke 7150
Loke 7140
Loke 7110
Loke 7100
Loke 7060
Loke 7050
The Loke leather is a buffed, embossed ox hide with a coated surface. Hides used for this type of leather are sanded to uniform thickness and then embossed to achieve a uniform surface without visible scares or other marks. Finally, a top coating is added to give the leather a protective layer. This type of leather has a pleasant surface with low breathability. The advantages of Loke are that is requires low-maintenance and resists most stains and fading from sunlight. We recommend this type of leather for homeowners who want easy maintenance at the lowest possible cost as well as for restaurants, hotels, public spaces etc. Loke is available in many colours.
leather Loke – price group A
fabrics price group 4
colour 821
colour 180
colour 531
colour 120
colour 170
colour 581
> Divina Melange 2 100% wool / 5% nylon – Durability: 45.000 Martindale
colour 191
fabrics price group 3
colour 821
colour 151
colour 981
colour 171
colour 591
colour 551
> Fiord 92% wool / 8% nylon – Durability: 60.000 Martindale
colour 170
colour 122
colour 116
colour 114
> Molly 2 100% wool – Durability: 75.000 Martindale
colour 180
colour 173
colour 227
colour 600
colour 116
colour 457
colour 130
colour 694
colour 944
colour 126
colour 750
fabrics price group 2
> Hallingdal 65 70% wool / 30% viscose – Durability: 100.000 Martindale
colour 4001
colour 4601
colour 5201
colour 5501
> Capture fabric 85% new wool (worsted) / 15% polyamide – Durability: 200.000 Martindale
colour 2101
colour 6101
colour 3103
colour 2103
> Mood fabric 92%  wool  / 8% polyamid – Durability: 90.000 Martindale
colour 974
colour 794
colour 746
colour 734
colour 566
colour 124
colour 244
> Canvas 2 fabric 90% new wool (worsted) / 10% nylon – Durability: 100.000 Martindale
colour 144
colour 793
colour 188
colour 983
> Clara 2 fabric 92% wool / 8% nylon – Durability: 80.000 Martindale
colour 123
colour 173
colour 823
colour 443
colour 682
colour 923
colour 133
colour 163
> Remix 2 fabric 90% wool / 10% nylon – Durability: 100.000 Martindale
colour 612
colour 182
colour 452
colour 782
colour 912
colour 552
colour 512
colour 952
colour 992
fabrics price group 1
> Forest Nap fabric 95% new wool (worsted) / 5% nylon – Durability: 50.000 Martindale
 
 

Rime 781 fabric (Kvadrat) – 90% wool, 10% nylon

Rime 691 fabric (Kvadrat) – 90% wool, 10% nylon

Rime 521 fabric (Kvadrat) – 90% wool, 10% nylon

Rime 231 fabric (Kvadrat) – 90% wool, 10% nylon

Thor 301 leather

Fjord 191 fabric (Kvadrat) – 92% wool, 8% nylon

Fjord 171 fabric (Kvadrat) – 92% wool, 8% nylon

Fjord 151 fabric (Kvadrat) – 92% wool, 8% nylon

Rime 641 fabric (Kvadrat) – 90% wool, 10% nylon

customize your Oculus chair

ready-made CH468 Oculus chair

Carl Hansen & Søn

 

CH468 Oculus chair

 

design

Hans J. Wegner

,1960

Hans J. Wegner designed the CH468 armchair in 1960, together with the CH445 and the Ox Chair, and the affinity between these easy chairs is quite visible. In 1968, the CH468 have been presented in the Danish magazine Mobilia as the AP68. Only two prototypes of CH468 were identified in the world until its launch in 2010. One of them was in the Studio Hans J. Wegner. The relaunch has been conducted in close collaboration between Carl Hansen & Son and the Studio Hans J. Wegner, using the prototype, drawings and scale models made by Hans Wegner.
 
The CH468 sports a look all round, highlighted by the armrests and wide headrest, which contrasts with the delicacy of its slender metal legs. The back is composed by three parts which respectively provide support to the back, shoulders and head, giving excellent comfort. The inner structure of the CH468 chair is in wood. The rounded upper part of the back made in form-pressed wood, one of the largest in  contemporary furniture, makes it especially stable. It is strange to think that the CH468, which embodies the essence of Danish design furniture, has waited 50 years to be born.
 
Oculus chair 94x94xH105cm, seat height 40cm, armrests height 65cm
Footrest W62.5 x D49 x H37.5 cm
Frame stainless steel & solid beech
Seat & back cold foam, fabric or leather upholstery
Base stainless steel or black powder coated steel
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