Lounge Chair and OttomanOda
In 1957, a revolutionary chair and matching ottoman saw the light of day. The Oda Lounge Chair, originally named the MS-9, was created by the Danish furniture upholsterer-turned-designer Arnold Madsen.Select your design
Oda Lounge Chair
Originally dubbed Model 9, the Oda Chair was an ambitious design from the very beginning. Created by Arnold Madsen in around 1956, the aesthetic reinterpretation of an armchair has a complex horseshoe construction with an integrated headrest and beautifully incorporated armrests in wood. Offering comfortable support, the embracing design was initially – and mistakenly – attributed to Nanna Ditzel. In 2020 it was rightfully credited to Madsen. Constructed according to a vintage version as there are no drawings of the original design, the Oda Chair profiles a sublime level of craftsmanship, evident in the intricacy of its upholstery. Available with legs in natural oak or walnut.
Designed for use with Arnold Madsen’s Oda Chair but equally purposeful alone, the Oda Ottoman profiles the same careful craft and embracing form, shaped to offer comfortable support when seated. Constructed according to a vintage version as there are no drawings of the original design, the Oda Ottoman profiles a sublime level of craftsmanship, evident in the intricacy of its upholstery. Available with legs in natural oak or walnut.
The Oda Lounge Chair requires a great amount of precision as well as an eye for detail in production when diving deeper into both the wooden frame and the hand sewn upholstery.
Looking closer at the chair you will see details of the integrated armrests that creates a simple and elegant way of combining both wood and upholstery.
The Oda Lounge Chair and Ottoman is crafted to last from high quality materials. Our furniture, lighting and accessories are covered by a standard 2-year warranty. Receive an extended 10-year warranty on the Oda Lounge Chair and Ottoman by registering your product. Your unique product ID can be found on the plated tag on each design.