Are you having deja vu? It's probably because we talked about Jacobsen's Egg Chair a few weeks back which has a very similar history, right down to its use in the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen.
This chair comes in a wide array of colors, as well as fabric and leather. It's very popular as an occasional chair, taking up less space than a typical armchair. It also throws its amoebic shape into the mix.
This is a great example of how the scale of the Swan Chair makes it the right occasional chair in a room that already has enough large upholstered pieces.
Here's another good example of the Swan Chair in action as the perfect occasional chair. Its scale also makes it just the right amount of accent color, in this case, a robin's egg blue that picks up on a throw pillow across the room.
Red Swans gracefully dot this white atrium. This image looks a bit like one of those Dexter-inspired showhouses that Showtime sponsors.
Here a brown leather Swan chair adds vintage modern style to a home office.
This bright green Swan Chair is part of a modern ensemble, including a pair of Bubble Chairs.
The Swan Chair is so adaptable that this designer used it as an accent piece in a bathroom.
In peachy orange, this chair adds some curves and color to this urbane and otherwise neutral room.
Swan Chairs are a talented interior photographer's dream. Look at how David Churchill has used its curves in the bottom left foreground to compose a stellar shot!
Here is the sofa version of the Swan. It doesn't swivel, but it is nice and cozy for two.