As voluminous as it is comfortable, Armchair 400 was created by Alvar Aalto in 1936 for an exhibition at the Milan Triennale, where it was promptly awarded a prize. The chair owes its nickname “Tank” to its distinctive wide and sturdy armrests made of form-bent birch lamella and to its robust upholstery. The springy cantilevered frame offers a flexible, comfortable seat. A favourite since the 1930s, Armchair 400 remains effortlessly modern.
Available in a selection of fabrics and leathers. Please enquire for further information.
Frame: Form-bent solid birch lamella
Seat and back versions: Birch plywood, Fabric upholstery with zig-zag-springs and PU foam and polyester padding, Leather upholstery with zig-zag-springs and PU foam and polyester padding
Width: 770mm x Height: 650mm x Depth: 770mm