NEW SIBAST NO 7 BAR STOOL

NEW Sibast No 7 bar stool without back
and in two heights
- The signature of extraordinary craftsmanship

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NEW SIBAST NO 7 LOUNGE TABLE

NEW versions of the Sibast No 7 lounge table
with solid oak table top
in two heights and dia Ø70 and Ø90
- Adding New Design Perspectives

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AV EGOIST Chaise Longue by ARNE VODDER 1951

Introducing a rarity, timeless and unique chaise longue from 1951
- one of the Danish architect personal favorite pieces

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SIBAST NO 7 EXPANDS THE FAMILY
Introducing the NEW Sibast No 7 Lounge table

- strongly inspired by Sibast No 7 dining chair from 1953 by Helge Sibast

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NEW Sibast No 7 bar stool

NEW Sibast No 7 bar stool without back

and in two heights

- THE SIGNATURE OF EXTRAORDINARY CRAFTSMANSHIP

SEE MORE

NEW Sibast No 7 lounge table

NEW versions of the Sibast No 7 lounge table
with solid oak table top
and in two heights and dia Ø70 and Ø90
- Adding New Design Perspectives

SEE MORE

AV EGOIST Chaise Longue by ARNE VODDER 1951

Introducing a rarity, timeless and unique chaise longue from 1951
- one of the Danish architect personal favorite pieces

READ THE STORY HERE

SIBAST NO 7 BAR STOOL

The refined barstool, stemming from the classic Sibast No 7 dining chair designed in 1953 by Helge Sibast, pays homage to the Danish Modern movement. Inspired by the distinctive features of the Sibast No 7, such as the molded backrest and tapered back legs, it transforms into the bold Sibast No 7 bar chair. Offering exceptional comfort with an upholstered seat and sizable backrest, this bar chair comes in two heights and seamlessly fits private residences, restaurants, bars, and hotels.

BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO A RARE CHAISE LONGUE

One of Danish architect Arne Vodder’s favourite pieces of furniture was the AV Egoist chaise longue he designed in the early 1950s, only a few of which were made. It has now been revitalised by Danish manufacturer Sibast Furniture.

AV Egoist chaise longue is organic yet powerful in its design. This design results in a perfect, harmonious piece of furniture that, despite its stringent styling and robust natural materials, provides a soft, embracing seat for sitting or reclining.

The chaise longue is available with an integrated side table with a brass bracket and a wooden tray. The triangular soft format of the tray provides just enough space for a cup, a glass, a newspaper, a tablet or a book.

BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO A RARE CHAISE LONGUE

One of Danish architect Arne Vodder’s favourite pieces of furniture was the AV Egoist chaise longue he designed in the early 1950s, only a few of which were made. It has now been revitalised by Danish manufacturer Sibast Furniture.

AV Egoist chaise longue is organic yet powerful in its design. This design results in a perfect, harmonious piece of furniture that, despite its stringent styling and robust natural materials, provides a soft, embracing seat for sitting or reclining.

The chaise longue is available with an integrated side table with a brass bracket and a wooden tray. The triangular soft format of the tray provides just enough space for a cup, a glass, a newspaper, a tablet or a book.

BESTSELLERs

TO RENEW AND CARRY ON A DANISH DESIGN HERITAGE​

ADDING NEW PERSPECTIVES AND CREATING NEW DESIGN STORIES

SELECTED REFERENCES​

Michelin star chefs, restaurants and design hotels have selected Sibast items as well as renowned architects from e.g. Paris, New York, Tokyo and Copenhagen have chosen Sibast as their selected and bespoke furniture for their high-end projects and clients.

EXCELLENT QUALITY,
CRAFTSMANSHIP AND SUSTAINABILITY
ARE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES

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デンマーク郊外の⼩さな家具⼯房から始まった物語 .

The year was 1908. In the countryside on the island of Funen in Denmark the son of a skilled cabinetmaker was born. His name was Helge Sibast. He grew up and became his fathers apprentice. He worked hard, dedicated and soon developed skills of high quality craftsmanship. He took over his fathers business and began expanding. Thinking about craftsmanship in a new way creating his own designs.
By the 1950’s and 60’s he had build a furniture factory employing over 120 craftsmen crafting some of the finest furniture in Danish design history.

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デンマークのデザイン遺産

A collection that passes a Danish design heritage on to future generations
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