Trinidad Chair by Nanna Ditzel 1993

Trinidad Chair in the permanent collection of Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen



The Trinidad Chair is one of the most distinct and most unusual of modern Danish chairs made in plywood. It was designed by Nanna Ditzel and was given that name because the fretwork of facades in Trinidad, seen by her on trips to the island, had been the initial inspiration for the design.

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The Bow Chair from 1963 and the matching set of three side tables or nesting tables were designed by Grete Jalk and produced by PP Jeppesens Møbelfabrik. Jalk was a student under Kaare Klint.

The Trinidad stacking chair with it’s ornately pierced or fret work plywood back rest was designed in 1993 by Nanna Ditzel for Fredericia.