Although Hans Wegner’s original 1963 production of the CH07 Shell Chair was not incredibly popular, once rediscovered in the 1990s, this piece has become an icon of mid-century furniture design. With this contemporary reproduction you can find out for yourself why it’s become such a hit. Sometimes called the “Smiling Chair”, it achieves its floating lightness from the wing-light seat and arching curves of its tapered legs. Though it only has three legs, it is incredibly stable, with the legs being constructed out of a continuous piece of bent plywood. The padded cushions and reclined angle make this chair supremely comfortable to sit in. The top-grain leather upholstery makes it even more luxurious. The beautiful walnut veneer and enchanting curves make this chair beautiful to look at from all sides and angles.