Modell 711 - Hjelle

Modell 711

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Modell 711

A Norwegian design icon that will last for years to come.

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A timeless piece

Fredrik A. Kayser foremost designs are characterised by a Danish inspired and Scandinavian tone. Among them is the armchair MODELL 711. Despite having clear references to the mid-century design era, the chair stands out as a timeless piece. MODELL 711 is just as relevant today as it was when it was designed, and its Nordic aesthetic makes it easily adapt to modern architecture. MODELL 711 stands out as a Norwegian design icon that will lasts for years to come.

 

Scandinavian tone

Light, modern and functional are all characteristics of Fredrik A. Kayser’s furniture. His designs are strong representatives of the cherished Scandinavian tone and the handcraft is clearly inspired by the well-known Danish furniture design. All these features are carried out in MODELL 711. Kayser designed MODELL 711 in 1960, and the same year the armchair won first prize in the Industry Council for Furniture and Furnishing Industry chair competition.

Fredrik A. Kayser

 

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Details for your selection

Width

70 cm

Depth

74 cm

Height

75 cm

Seat height

42 cm

Designer Fredrik A. Kayser
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The textile/leather options displayed on the right are just examples. We offer a wide range of colors and materials. To see the full collection please visit your local Hjelle dealer.

1. Choose model×

Oak

Black oak

Walnut

2. Choose fabric×

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Barnum Lana

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Barnum Medium Green

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Cognac - Vintage

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Tromsvik 01

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Tromsvik 84

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Anthrazite – Dunes

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Camel – Dunes

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Cognac - Dunes

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Dark Brown – Dunes

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Rust - Dunes

3. Choose legs×

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Black

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Lacquered oak

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Lacquered walnut

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Oiled oak

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White oiled

Details for your selection

Width

70 cm

Depth

74 cm

Height

75 cm

Seat height

42 cm

Designer Fredrik A. Kayser