The Little Petra is surprisingly dainty, permitting it to squeeze into a wide range of spaces and conditions. The low, wingback embraces you, while the open-plan takes into account a wide range of seating positions
First Introduced in 1939 by draftsman Viggo Boesen, Little Petra won moment acclaim at the Copenhagen Cabinet Makers Guild Exhibition, hence winning honors at displays in New York and Berlin. Named after Boesen's Mother-in-regulation, Little Petra is a perfectly unimposing low easy chair with an open plan and comfortable construction, making a charming rocker that coaxes you to remain.
Vegan-friendly faux sheepskin provides solace and a soft feel to the user. It fit all kind of house and makes it look luxurious. Fully assembled, no requirement of assembly. Weigh only 46.3 easily carryable.
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Danish Architect Viggo Boesen designed furniture that was antecedent to Denmark's ensuing position on innovation in the many years that followed. Recognized by a milder, more bountiful, natural tasteful that tested the moderate methodology of Bauhaus, Boesen added to Denmark's unique plan stylish during the 1930s, specifically the Scandinavian 'Funkis' style, a Nordic interpretation of Art Deco