A solid, cosy armchair, comfortably reclined, with pleasing rounded forms, generous format and soft upholstered seat. The armchair was presented at the Liljevalchs exhibition in 1934, where Carl Malmsten participated together with the textile artists Märta Måås-Fjetterström and Elsa Gullberg, the furniture designer David Blomberg, and Estrid Ericson from Svenskt Tenn. Carl Malmsten always wanted to express something with his furniture; a feeling or a quality. This often finds expression in the furniture’s names. Jättepaddan (Giant Toad) is a striking and humourous example of this.
Height: 96 cm, Width: 88 cm, Depth: 98 cm, Seat height: 44 cm, Seat depth 55 cm. Legs can be extended by up to 5 cm.
The frame is in solid pine. The seat has a double-spring interior with a combination of nozag and spiral springs. The padding consists of cold foam, polyether and fiberfill. Reversible cushion filled with a mixture of seabird feathers and synthetic down. Legs in solid oak.