Sibast No 7 expands the family

Introducing the NEW full upholstered Sibast No 7 bar chair
- strongly inspired by Sibast No 7 dining
from 1953 by Helge Sibast

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We look forward to welcoming you
and introducing you to our exciting
new novelties:

WORLD PREMIERE of the 1951 CHAISE LONGUE by ARNE VODDER
NEW Piet Hein chair from 1968 CHROME Edition
The NEW Sibast No 7 Lounge table

LOCATION: BREDGADE 25 A, COPENHAGEN
JUNE 15-17
OPENING HOURS 10.00-18.00

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WORLD PREMIERE of the PIET HEIN CHAIR
with the SUPERELLIPSE™ shape

designed for the superellipse™ table
in 1968 AND never before introduced

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ICONIC DINING CHAIRS from 1953

Designed by Helge Sibast

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JOIN US for 3-DAYS-OF-DESIGN


We look forward to welcoming you
and introducing you to our exciting
new novelties:

WORLD PREMIERE 1951 CHAISE LONGUE by ARNE VODDER
NEW Piet Hein chair from 1968 CHROME Edition
The NEW Sibast No 7 Lounge table

LOCATION: BREDGADE 25 A, COPENHAGEN
JUNE 15-17
OPENING HOURS 10.00-18.00

SEE EVENT PROGRAMME

WORLD PREMIERE of the
PIET HEIN CHAIR with the SUPERELLIPSE™ shape

designed for the superellipse™ table
in 1968 AND never before introduced

SEE MORE

ICONIC DINING CHAIRS
from 1953

DESIGNED BY HELGE SIBAST

SEE MORE

ARNE VODDER, THE WHITE HOUSE AND THE POPE IN ROME

History repeats itself, as they say. This is very much the case with Sibast Furniture’s relaunch of the Arne Vodder Sideboard. Designed by architect and furniture designer Arne Vodder in 1957, this simple, elegant sideboard was originally part of a range of furniture awarded first prize at the design museum Triennale di Milano in 1957. Sibast Furniture was responsible for its production back then, too, which means that relaunching the Arne Vodder Sideboard Sibast No 11 can also be seen as a tribute to more than twenty years of design dialogue and friendship between Arne Vodder and furniture designer Helge Sibast – the owner of Sibast at the time.

The many pieces of furniture that emerged from their common endeavours reached far beyond Denmark’s borders. In fact, they helped pave the way for a golden age of Danish design in the US. Vodder’s furniture was sent to US President Jimmy Carter in the White House and to Pope Paul V in Rome.

INTRODUCING
the MAGNOLIA VASE
by NAJA utzon Popov

Internationally acknowledged ceramist and sculptor Naja Utzon Popov has created an organically shaped vase that directly addresses our collective longing for authenticity, simplicity and nature. The Magnolia vase, inspired by the flowers of the magnolia tree. She inherited her creative genes from her grandfather, Jørn Utzon, a Danish architect known for designing the iconic Sydney Opera House in Australia; her mother, prominent Danish artist Lin Utzon; and her father, acclaimed Australian architect Alex Popov.

INTRODUCINGTHE MAGNOLIA VASE
BY NAJA UTZON POPOV

Internationally acknowledged ceramist and sculptor Naja Utzon Popov has created an organically shaped vase that directly addresses our collective longing for authenticity, simplicity and nature. The Magnolia vase, inspired by the flowers of the magnolia tree. She inherited her creative genes from her grandfather, Jørn Utzon, a Danish architect known for designing the iconic Sydney Opera House in Australia; her mother, prominent Danish artist Lin Utzon; and her father, acclaimed Australian architect Alex Popov.

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TO RENEW AND CARRY ON A DANISH DESIGN HERITAGE​

ADDING NEW PERSPECTIVES AND CREATING NEW DESIGN STORIES

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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
Explore our latest catalogue here.

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