Dimensioned drawings of the Dennie Footstool measuring height, width, and depth

The Dennie Footstool features a chromed steel base and fabric upholstery. Designed by modernist Nanna Ditzel, the Dennie Footstool is an accompaniment to the Dennie Chair and also showcases Ditzel’s best-selling Hallingdal fabric (1965). Both the chair and footstool were not put into large scale production until a re-launch orchestrated by her daughter Dennie following Nanna Ditzel’s passing in 2006.

The Dennie Footstool has an overall height of 13.75” (35 cm), width of 15.75” (40 cm), and depth of 15.75” (40 cm).

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Height: 
13.75” | 35 cm
Width:
15.75” | 40 cm
Depth:
15.75” | 40 cm
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Materials:
Plywood shell; polyester foam; chrome steel structure; fabric upholstery
Designer:
Nanna Ditzel
Year:
1956

Properties

Drawings include:
Dennie Footstool front elevation, side, side (person), plan

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