Model 3398 - By Nanna Ditzel
When designing the Trinidad Chair in 1993, Nanna Ditzel found inspiration in the elaborate fretwork from the Gingerbread Facades that she had seen in colonial architecture while travelling through Trinidad. Much like the facades, the cut-out fretwork of the chair triggers an interplay of light and shadows, creating a pattern projected into space and a subtle sense of motion.
The Trinidad Chair comes in different variations with a wide variety of materials and sizes.
A poetic design pushing the limits
This year the Trinidad Chair celebrates its 30th anniversary. Being one of Nanna Ditzel's most significant commercial successes, the Trinidad Chair has stood the test of time and is still relevant today.
Simple ways to make your Trinidad last for generations
Lacquered surfaces are easy to clean and highly resistant to dust and dirt.
However, a lacquered surface is difficult to restore once ruined. Therefore, you must immediately wipe off any spilled liquids, as they will otherwise be absorbed into the tiny cracks in the varnish and create blotches.