Pia Chair

Brand: DK3

Regular price
$ 1,016.00
Sale price
$ 1,016.00  
Unit price
per 

Material: Oak, black lacquered oak, smoked oak or walnut.

Surface treatment: Oil, white oil or soap.

Seat: Paper cordel.

We reccomend the use of glide or felt nails to maintain the integrity of the chair.

Ships from Europe and take 15-25 days to receive (duties & tariffs will be calculated at checkout). Free shipping in the US (except HI & AK).

Please contact us to confirm stock. If in stock it takes about 3-5 weeks before it ships.

This item cannot be returned once purchased and delivered

  • Width: 19"
  • Depth: 19"
  • Height: 30"
  • Weight: 26 lbs

About the...

Pia Chair

As a furniture designer, Poul Cadovius was mostly known for his iconic shelving systems, like the ROYAL SYSTEM® from 1948. But with the launch of the dining chair PIA CHAIR in 1959, he could also add the title chair designer to the CV.

He wanted to create a chair in the spirit of the time, inspired by other design chairs of the fifties, but lighter and more "petite", both in physical weight and in design expression. The chair was developed on a "less is more" concept, with focus on the least possible material consumption, still maintaining a high level of details and excellent comfort.

The thin, conical-shaped solid wooden legs give a light visual expression, which is further emphasized by two fine details; the hand-sanded rounding at the top of the back legs, and the finger joined front legs. The seat is made of hand-woven paper cordel, and the backrest is moulded, which gives an optimal seating comfort. It takes two hours just to hand-weave the seat, so the making of the chair is a time-consuming process which requires patience and high accuracy.

Meet the designers

DK3

A Danish brand, DK3 utilizes incredible designers along with world class craftsmanship to create furniture that brings joy to your home. Their pieces are designed and made by enthusiasts, offering timeless appeal with each item. The love for organic material and focus on quality is apparent throughout all levels, from their initial sketches to the manufacturing where furniture is crafted and treated by hand.