Bernt Peterson Set of Six Leather Armchairs 1960s
Bernt Peterson for Søborg Møbelfabrik, set of six dining chairs, leather and mahogany, Denmark, 1960s.
Elegant and comfortable set of six dining chairs desgined by Bernt in the 19650s. The chairs are executed in mahogany and naturel leather of wonderful quality. These chairs are design with high attention to detail, as seen in the forms of the back and armrests that are in line with the height of the wooden frame. The solid frame and leather cushions provide high comfort.
The design reminds of Mogens Koch's MK50 lounge chair.
The patina is of the naturel leather is wonderful, showing a more darker color at the seat and backrest due to the years of use, and a lighter color on the outside and edges. Small marks and stains visible.
Bernt Petersen (1937-2017), better known as Bernt, was a Danish architect and a trained carpenter. From the 1960s, Bernt Petersen designed his own wooden furniture, which has been used in theaters and concert halls in a wide range of Danish cities. Bernt Petersen has also worked as an exhibition architect.