Mid-century modern scandinavian dining chair No 8


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Designed by Helge Sibast in 1953, the dining chair Sibast No 8 soon made its way into homes all over the world due to its sublime quality and iconic design. The chair has been re-launched by the fourth generation of the Sibast family as a vital design classic from the Danish Modern movement and a signature design from Sibast Furniture. The chair’s characteristic Y-shaped legs, floating seat and moulded backrest demand high-quality craftsmanship in order to achieve the unique expression. The bold and complex design of the iconic chair was perfected by Helge Sibast in the workshop and has an inherent beauty that transcends time and place. A true design classic to treasure and pass on to future generations. Sibast No 8 exemplifies unrivalled artisanal quality and is crafted using wood from FSC®- certified forests and other controlled sources.

Year 1953
Dimensions H73,5 cm x HA45 cm x W54,5 cm
Material solid oak
Style Classique
Origin Denmark
Fournisseur Sibast Furniture

Helge Sibast

The year was 1908. In the countryside on the island of Funen in Denmark the son of a skilled cabinetmaker was born. His name was Helge Sibast.

Helge Sibast grew up and became his fathers apprentice. He worked hard, dedicated and soon developed skills of high quality craftsmanship. He took over his fathers business and began expanding. Thinking about craftsmanship in a new way. He had a natural sense for challenging wood as a material and began creating his own designs.

By the 1950’s and 60’s he had created a furniture factory employing over 120 craftsmen crafting some of the finest furniture in Danish design history. The furniture was sold around the world. The company was called Sibast Furniture. That man was my grandfather.

source : sibast-furniture.com