The chair is designed by Jrgen Hj and Poul Kjrholm in 1952 for Thorvald Madsen's Workshop and it was on the Cabinet Maker's Guild's Autumn Exhibition the same year. PP Mbler resumed the production of JH 106 in 1993.
The chair's strict design is convincing and performed with great confidence. It presents itself as geometrical and almost transparent, and hereby meets modernism's criteria of letting the functional control the shape and design, cutting away anything obsolete. The chair seems both self-effacing and remarkable, made to enter into a sophisticated dialogue with its surroundings.
The Max file (2009) includes all materials ready to be rendered in V-Ray.