The idea for the The Valet Chair was conceived by Hans J. Wegner after a discussion about the problems in folding clothes in the most practical manner at bedtime.
With The Valet Chair, Wegner united the demanded functions with a playful sculptural design where the top rail is shaped as a coat hanger while the seat is basically a box for storage. Originally the chair had four legs, but Wegner solved the rather heavy look by removing one of the legs. PP M¿bler resumed the production of this three-legged version in 1982.
|Designer||Hans J. Wegner|
|Country of Origin||Denmark|
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