Designed by Frank Reenskaug, this iconic rocking chair designed in the 1950's, shares an elegant, timeless, and modest expression. The combination of natural ash and quality fabrics leaves the eye with a modern impression. The removable, upholstered cushions provide additional comfort and are available in a variety of colors that can be adapted to match the character of any premises. Frank’s Rocking is delivered flatpacked in 4 parts and is quick and easy assembled.
Frank Reenskaug (1919-2001) studied furniture design in Norway at the SHKS school in 1952. The same year he launched a folding chair that two years later was exhibited at the Triennale Pavilion in Milan. The Cross Chair from 1956 was the first of his designs to be mass produced by the Danish Bramin Furniture. In 1958 they launched Frank Reenskaug's rocking chair, No. 182, a pioneering concept of a high quality product, affordable and easy to assemble. It became by far his most sold design and was for many years a huge export success.
A true classic is reborn and ready to take its place in your home.
By relaunching the iconic mid-century rocking chair for contemporary interior, we honor its designer, Frank Reenskaug. With its excellent gentle seating comfort, classic and timeless design, Frank’s Rocking resembles a perfect connection between vintage modernity and tradition that is as relevant and popular as ever. The frame is in solid ash wood with harmonious and slender lines, featuring handcrafted joining parts, a generous backrest and gently curved armrests.
STYLING WITH OPTIONS
Separate back and seat cushions give many styling options such as to replace the back cushion with sheep skin, a blanket or two different fabric designs. The above picture shows Charles and Ray Eames small Dot patterns. The removable and practical upholstered cushions pro-vide additional comfort and are available in a variety of colors, that can be adapted to match the character of any premises.
Perfect for beautiful spots, deep thoughts and quiet moments.
We look for familiarity and comfort in continued times of uncertainty. Looks and quiet corners of refuge remain paramount. Whether it is the iconic piece of vintage design in your living room or a comfortable chair for that special, indulgent corner, this gentle moving rocking chair does it - and more! It will soon become your favourite, meditative place to relax.