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FK10 — 11 Plico Lounge Chair

c. 1963

by Fabricius & Kastholm
for Carl Hansen & Søn

FK10 — 11 Plico Lounge Chair

by Fabricius & Kastholm
for  Carl Hansen & Søn

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Indulge in Danish crafts­man­ship and excep­tional design with the FK10-11 Plico lounge chairs by Fabri­cius and Kastholm for Carl Hansen and Son. These folding lounge chairs combine leather, fabric, and metal in a way that show­cases the design­ers’ eye for detail and their mastery of the craft. The solid wood frame in oiled white oak or oiled oak is paired with natural saddle leather armrests for an invit­ing touch, while the brass brack­ets and stitched linen canvas add unique sarto­r­ial edge. The FK10 model features an extra high back and a head­rest cushion, provid­ing maximum comfort and relaxation.

The FK10-11 Plico lounge chairs in either white-oiled oak or oiled oak with natural saddle leather and natural canvas uphol­stery are part of our quick-ship program. Please see the spec sheet to the left for quick-ship details or call 800.886.0867 for more information.


Fabricius & Kastholm

Preben Fabricius trained as a cabinetmaker in 1952 with Niels Vodder, one of the most prominent cabinetmakers of the time, and he continued to work for Niels Vodder for a couple of years before deciding to continue his studies at the School of Interior Design. Here, Preben Fabricius studied under Finn Juhl, and it was also here that he first met Jørgen Kastholm.

The two quickly realized that they shared an interest in elegant and refined design with a focus on functionality and minimalism. In 1961, Fabricius and Kastholm established their own design studio.

The design duo specialized in furniture design and single-family houses, and their designs were characterized by minimalism, sophistication, functionality, quality and their eye for detail.

The P376 pendant lamp is a perfect example of Fabricius & Kastholm's subtle architectural slant on design. Originally conceived in 1963, five concentric shades create gradations of curves towards the middle of the lamp to emit a soft, diffused light. The discrete placement of the shades and the silky aluminum finish culminate in a cohesive expression that is both iconic and enthralling.

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