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Since 1908, Sibast Furniture has proudly produced furniture. The company is family-owned, and since 2013, the fourth generation has been behind Sibast Furniture with the same focus on detail, craftsmanship and quality as the generations before them. The company combines the respectful relaunch and further development of Helge Sibast's iconic furniture from the 1950s with contemporary designs that have a timeless appearance. This helps to pass on a proud Danish design heritage to future generations. Iconic designs such as the No 7, No 8 and No 9 chairs can be found in Sibast Furniture's wonderful range of Danish design classics.
The No. 7 chair
Sibast Furniture's No 7 chair is a timeless and elegant design that was designed by Helge Sibast back in 1953. The design has since gone on to become a sand Danish design classic. The No 7 chair has its characteristic shaped back, which not only gives the chair its bold personality, but also ensures excellent sitting comfort. The gently sloping rear legs give the design a certain lightness and elegance. The design is available both as a dining table chair, bar chair and armchair, and in several different combinations of materials and upholstery, which gives you the opportunity to find just the chair that fits into your personal decor.
Helge Sibast's interest in furniture design started as a child. Helge's father was a skilled cabinetmaker, and it was also in his carpentry workshop with the smell of wood and shavings that helped start Helge's interest in the profession. Being the son of a skilled cabinetmaker, it was very natural that the young Helge should be apprenticed to his father, P. Olsen Sibast. and that was the starting point for his career in furniture design. Helge had an ability to combine aesthetics, quality and function, which is beautifully expression in his iconic designs, the No 7, No 8 and No 9 chairs.
The story behind
1908 was the year in which Sibast Møbler, as it was then called, was founded. It was Helge Sibast's father, P. Olsen Sibast, who was the man behind the company. As his father's apprentice, Helge Sibast soon developed an impressive skill in high-quality cabinetmaking and took over his father's business, where he began to challenge wood as a material and create his own designs. Helge Sibast's work and dedication to craftsmanship led to an expansion of the company and a new way of thinking about furniture craftsmanship. The philosophy and the same way of thinking is continued today by the fourth generation of the family.