FK 6727 Bird Chair by Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm for Alfred Kill IntAutomaton Vintage Furnishings
Low-back version on wheels / casters, Model FK 6727, leather 'Bird' Chair, also commonly referred to as 'Tulip' chair, designed by Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, manufactured in Germany by Alfred Kill International during the 1950s.
This armchair is fabricated from a fiberglass shell which is encased with original black leather upholstery that features an admirable patina on the seating and back. These traces of age and use bring more vibrancy to the leather. This desk chair has a three-pronged polished aluminium base, which was a signature of the designer duo's work.
This 'Bird' chair would be a perfect addition to any design lovers interior concept. It would look commanding in any office or study as well as being an option for an accent chair in living room, den or games room. It would also work well in a hospitality or corporate location, such as a private members club, executive office, creative space or hotel lobby check in area.
Measurements: 36" H x 27.25" W x 24" D
seat height 17.5"
seat depth 17"
Excellent original vintage condition. Frames are sturdy and structurally sound. The leather has a patina built up over time. This can be very desirable if you're wanting to acquire on-trend distressed look which is widely featured by designers and publications.