J83 Stool. New edition.
Jørgen Bækmark's J83 stool is a natural extension of the J80, J81 chairs and especially the lounge chair J82. A supplement to the chairs that make it extra comfortable to sit back, raise your legs and give yourself a little breathing space or a moment of immersion. The seamless and massive oak tree gives a beautiful and organic expression.
It can also work stand-alone somewhere where you need to sit for a brief moment or put things away from you. An add-on to your living room that drops naturally and helps to the little break in everyday life.
|Dimensions||H : 41 cm. W : 40 cm. D : 52 cm.|
|Material||Oak or beech and rope.|
The architect Jorgen Baekmark was at the head of the workshop FDP during nine years, from 1958 till 1967, after Borge Mogensen, Poul M. Volther and Ejvind A Johansson.
He was born in 1919, he has did a training course of cabinet maker in 1950 and then did a training course at the school of the decorative arts of Copenhagen. (kunsthandvaerkerskolen)
The most famous furniture of his time at the time of the FDB is the chair and J80. She differs in her expression and her size. After its farewells in the FDD in 1967, Jorgen Baekmark created its own studio. Some of his best design of the time of the FDB are relaunched by COOP today.