Arne Jacobsen’s Tongue chair relaunched by HOWE

Category: Design Published on 12 Aug, 2013 Tags: , ,
Arne Jacobsen's Tongue chair relaunched by HOWE

Danish furniture brand Howe relaunches the Tongue chair by Arne Jacobsen, a classic object of contemporary design which was realized in 1955.

The process of refining the Tongue has been thorough and every detail has been carefully thought out to match Arne Jacobsen’s own vision for the chair. Being a minimalistic and sculptural design the Tongue is the perfect example of original Arne Jacobsen design.

As standard the Tongue will be in beech, oak and walnut veneers as well as stained veneer in black, white and teak. The Tongue is also available in full upholstery in both fabrics and leather – the colour palette ranges from light pink to cognac. The legs come in chrome or in black or white powder coating.

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all images courtesy of HOWE

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