Designed in 1956 by Ib Kofod-Larsen, Produced by Brdr. Petersen
A signature work of Ib Kofod-Larsen, the U-56 easy chair from 1956 was acquired by the English Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during a visit to Copenhagen and has since then been nicknamed Elizabeth. Its delicately curved armrests with chamfered details combined with the low seat height and the sledge-like back makes this an eminent example of Danish-modern furniture design. Originally manufactured in Denmark until production seized, Elizabeth is now in production again in Denmark, reintroduced in 2018 by Brdr. Petersen.
Shown in leather seat (Vacona 9256) and Wood frame.
Seat Available in Fabric or Leather - Please See Below
Frame Available in (See Below): Oak (Soaped, Oiled, White Oiled) or Walnut
28.7" H x 30.7" W x 30.3" D; 14.5" Seat H
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Please note fabrics are shown in black and white but available in all colors.