A testament to post-war modernism, the Langelinie Pavilion is an iconic place in Copenhagen, built in the 1950s. Architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel created the steel and glass modules that line up with the horizon, allowing views of the waterfront and the promenade. To create a stackable chair for this historic building, designers Anderssen & Voll wanted to combine the classic modernism of this 1950s building with a new form of modernism. The Pavilion chair has a sleek and graceful profile no matter what angle you view it from. The slim armrests and legs have an ethereal feel and match the gentle curves of the backrest and seat. Produced by &Tradition, the Pavilion chair is available in natural oak, black-stained oak and walnut, to suit any interior.