Where form meets function

With a surge of interest in hunting garb and accessories (see, for example, FIlson), it seems worth mentioning furnishings that hit the aesthetic. Design in 1950 by Borge Morgensen, the Hunting Chair was devised to fit the years them designated by the Copenhagen Cabinet Makers Guild – Hunting Lodge. Made of oak and leather, the chair is low slung, but also adjustable for optimum comfort. (Via Retro to Go).

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