Ant Chair

The Ant Chair is a design of Arne Jacobsen from Denmark first meant for canteens of the multinational pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk. The Ant Chair may spot three or four plastic legs, an outline that resembles an ant because of its raised head, and it features a light and stable structure that makes it easy to stick other chairs.

The Ant Chair has an overall height of 31.75” (80.6 cm), seat height of 18.25” (46.4 cm), width of 20” (50.8 cm), and depth of 19” (48.3 cm).

Collection of elevation and plan drawings of the Ant Chair with height, width, and depth dimensions

The Ant Chair is a design of Arne Jacobsen from Denmark first meant for canteens of the multinational pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk. The Ant Chair may spot three or four plastic legs, an outline that resembles an ant because of its raised head, and it features a light and stable structure that makes it easy to stick other chairs.

The Ant Chair has an overall height of 31.75” (80.6 cm), seat height of 18.25” (46.4 cm), width of 20” (50.8 cm), and depth of 19” (48.3 cm).

Details

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Height: 
31.75” | 80.6 cm
Width:
20” | 50.8 cm
Depth:
19” | 48.3 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
18.25” | 46.4 cm
:
Weight:
Materials:
Veneer shell with oak or ash veneer; tubular steel frame
Designer:
Arne Jacobsen
Year:
1951

Drawings include:
Ant Chair front elevation, back, side, plan

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