Elbow Chair and Round Chair

Chairs by Carl Hansen & Søn, in BirdsongSan Francisco, CA

Chairs by Carl Hansen & Søn seen at Birdsong, San Francisco - Elbow Chair and Round Chair
Chairs by Carl Hansen & Søn seen at Birdsong, San Francisco - Elbow Chair and Round ChairChairs by Carl Hansen & Søn seen at Birdsong, San Francisco - Elbow Chair and Round ChairChairs by Carl Hansen & Søn seen at Birdsong, San Francisco - Elbow Chair and Round Chair
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Elbow Chair and Round Chair

In Birdsong restaurant's teal dining room chairs are from Carl Hansen & Søn by Danish designer Hans J. Wegner paired with vintage finds.

Meet the Creator

"Our story began in 1908 when Danish cabinetmaker Carl Hansen opened a small furniture workshop on the Danish island of Funen. Since then, the company’s success has depended on two core ideas: an uncompromising commitment to the finest craftsmanship, and alliances with exceptional designers who continually reinvent and refine the concept of modern design.

Carl Hansen & Søn’s evolution has been deeply influenced by our long-term relationship with one of the greatest designers of all time: Hans J. Wegner.

The creative partnership began in 1949 when Carl Hansen’s son Holger Hansen took a chance on the then-unknown designer, and Wegner developed a successful furniture series that included the now-iconic Wishbone Chair.

This collaboration and the many that followed demonstrated what can be achieved when unprecedented design and uncompromising production come together.

In the 1950s, Wegner emerged as a driving force in the international success of the Danish Modern design movement. He has since become Carl Hansen & Søn’s best known and bestselling designer, his works becoming widely recognized as modern classics and treasured collector’s items around the world – and his legacy remaining an essential part of the company’s DNA.

Today, Carl Hansen & Søn continues to work closely with the Hans J. Wegner Studio and is the world’s largest producer of Wegner’s furniture."

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