The Oxchair was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960. Like other pieces of furniture which are now regarded as modern classics the Oxchair was ahead of its time when it was launched in that time. Making use of superior craftsmanship skills Hans Wegner had created a sophisticated construction which exceeded what the production department was able to accommodate at the time. That was the reason the Oxchair was pulled from production until 1989 when Erik Joergensen was contacted by Hans Wegner in the hopes of bringing the Oxchair back to life. Today the Oxchair stands as a sculptural manifestation of the very best which Danish furniture has to offer. The result is an organic upholstered piece of furniture that presents itself to the beholder as if formed from one single block.
With its back piece slightly leaned back the Oxchair is the ideal chair for relaxation. The broad armrests give comfortable support and the height of the seat is accommodated to a natural resting position.