Spine Wood Base

By Space Copenhagen , 2011

Spine is the fusion of Fredericia's craft traditions and Space Copenhagen’s dynamic visual language that uses both classic motifs and unorthodox details. Designed as a luxurious dining chair for both public space use and private homes.

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Spine Wood Base
Spine Wood Base - Model 1721
 
W: 46,5 cm
D: 54,5 cm
H: 76 cm
Wt: 8 kg
Cbm: 0.3 cbm
Sh: 46,5 cm

About The Collection

Spine signals a dynamic design language driven by strong lines balanced by subtle curves. Contrasts that merge into a singular, balanced entity. Solid and graphic yet soft and organic.

The design is anchored in Nordic tradition but with a sophisticated, modern twist that gives it a striking, fresh aesthetic.

The Spine series has expanded since its initial launch to encompass a variety of products and a growing number of variants, found in deluxe restaurants, bars, hotels and exclusive retail shops worldwide.

Adding a touch of tension and dimension is the interplay between the upholstery and the base, available in either wood or metal. Spine in wood is classic and luxurious, exuding a certain strength of character. Whereas the sleekness of the metal base signals a look that’s more modern and light. The upholstery is inspired by techniques that were developed at our Fredericia workshop for Børge Mogensen’s exclusive 1960’s leather series.

With its graceful appearance, Spine is all about contrasting elements that culminate in a cohesive concept that’s inviting wherever you place it.

Space Copenhagen

Designer

"WE ARE OBSESSED WITH THE MATERIAL PART. IT’S ALMOST A PASSION FOR US TO CREATE SOMETHING THAT EMBODIES A SLOW PACE"

Space Copenhagen is a design studio that works across multiple disciplines from furniture, lighting and refined objects, to art installations, art direction and interior design for private homes, hotels and restaurants all over the world.

Their ambition is to forge new paths by balancing opposites in their exploration of duality and contrast — sculptural and minimal, classic and modern, industrial and organic, light and shade.

An approach they call Poetic Modernism.

Established in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, their intuitive approach to design is shaped by the given circumstances, functional needs and a fundamental interest in human behavior. Involving their belief in a slow aesthetic that focuses on quality and longevity.

Space Copenhagen boast a roster of high-end interiors on an international level. Most notably, their award-winning design for 11 Howard Hotel in New York and The Stratford in London, along with highly-acclaimed destination restaurants Geist, Geranium and the first Noma in Copenhagen, among others.