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PK11 Chair - Black

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  • PK11 Chair Black  image.
  • PK11 Chair Black  image.
  • PK11 Chair Black  image.

PK11 Chair - Black

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Designed in 1957, the PK11 is quintessential paired down minimalism. Considered as a classic design by Poul Kjaerholm, boasts exceptional style and comfort simultaneously. Originally designed as a companion to the PK51 worktable designed that same year. Together, the two parts were originally designed as a matching set. With cushioned seats, a beautifully finished wood frame, and sleek mid-century design you can’t go wrong with these dining chairs.

PK11 Chair
PK11 Chair


Designer Editions offers a highly accurate style of Poul Kjærholm’s PK11 Chair in a sleek, multimedia design that makes a bold style statement while offering everyday function. The Three Legged Stainless Steel Base sets a minimalist tone while ensuring durable support and stability. A cushioned and curved seat wrapped in smooth, resilient leather ensures luxurious comfort. Simply elegant, these dining chairs are sure to impress.


PK11 Chair
  • Frame: Stainless Steel
  • Backrest: Natural Beech Wood
  • Legs: Three-Legged Stainless Steel Base
  • Fabric: Full Corrected Leather
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: N/A
  • Instructions: Included
  • Clean: Dust Cleaner
  • Style: Modern
  • Dimension: Width 64cm, Depth 44cm, Height 69cm
  • Seat Dimension: Height 43.5cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 67cm, Depth 47cm, Height 73cm
  • CBM: 0.23 Product Weight: 18kg
Inspired By

Poul Kjærholm

Poul Kjaerholm began his legacy as a humble cabinetmaker’s apprentice. He has studied at the Danish School or Arts in Copenhagen in 1952. Later on, his distinctive design was evident in his PKO minimalist plywood series. His art was vetted as playfully irrational. In typical Scandinavian fashion, he blends wood, leather, steel and even marble as his furniture construction material. He sees art where there is none saying, “Steel’s constructive potential is not the only thing that interests me; the refraction of light on its surface is an important part of my artistic work”. His famous Lounge Chair “PK25” in 1952 has evolved year after year, following his Coffee table “PK61” was made to match another version of his Lounge Chair “PK22” in 1956 which has been well known ever since. In 1958 his work has reached international acclaim for his contributions to the ‘Formes Scandinaves’ exhibition and has been awarded the legendary ‘Lunning Award’. He has also won the grand prize at the Milan ‘Trennali’. His designs have become a permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and other museum collections in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany.

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