Oculus Chair & Ottoman

Dimensioned drawings of the Oculus Chair with measurements for width, heights, and depth

The Oculus Chair, receiving its name from the eye shaped stitching on the back of the seat, is a large, enveloping seat made of a down and foam cushion balanced on a thin steel frame for visual lightness (which contrasts with the overall heaviness of the chair). The Oculus chair can be paired with the Wing Ottoman, both of which were designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960.

Plan and elevation drawings of the Oculus Chair with Ottoman including measurements

The Oculus Chair & Ottoman has an overall height of 43.5” (111 cm), width of 37” (94 cm), and depth of 37” (94 cm). The seat height of the Oculus Chair & Ottoman is set at 15.75” (40 cm) with arms at 25.5” (65 cm).

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Height: 
43.5” | 111 cm
Width:
37” | 94 cm
Depth:
37” | 94 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
15.75” | 40 cm
Arm Height:
25.5” | 65 cm
Weight:

Ottoman:
Width:
24.75” | 63 cm
Depth:
19.5” | 50 cm
Height:
15.0” | 38 cm

Materials:
Beech frame; stainless steel legs; molded foam padding; fabric upholstery
Designer:
Hans Wegner
Year:
1960

Properties

Drawings include:
Oculus Chair & Ottoman side elevation, side (person sitting), front, back, plan

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