An early model of the iconic mid-century Danish Kevi swivel desk chair, originally designed in 1953 by the architect Jørgen Rasmussen based on the principle "the better you sit, but more you get done." As can be seen in the photos, the casters on this early model are the rare chrome covered design. Chair height is highly adjustable. Photos show it in the low and high positions. At its height, the seat is 18" high and the backrest is 31.75" high, which accommodates adults of average height. Seat is 14.5" wide and 12.5" deep. Backrest is 12" wide.
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