Arne Jacobsen Grand Prix Chair
  • Arne Jacobsen Grand Prix Chair
  • Arne Jacobsen Grand Prix Chair
  • Arne Jacobsen Grand Prix Chair
  • Arne Jacobsen Grand Prix Chair
The Grand Prix™ (3130) design, by Arne Jacobsen was introduced by Fritz Hansen at the Designers’ Spring Exhibition at the Danish Museum of Art & Design in Copenhagen, in 1957. Later that year, the chair was displayed at the Triennale in Milan where it received the Grand Prix – the finest distinction of the exhibition. After which the chair has always been called the Grand Prix Chair™.

Originally, the Grand Prix chair was introduced with a wooden and steel base. Today, the chair is available with a chromed or satin chromed base and is an ideal chair with a wide range of applications, such as dining, conference, office and the private home. It is lightweight and stackable and is available in an extensive palette of colours, wood types and with fabric or leather upholstery. The chair is available in three different heights.

Series of laminated veneer chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen, manufactured by Fritz Hansen.

The shell is made of laminated, moulded veneer. The outer veneer is sliced cherry, walnut, maple, ash, beech or dark stained oak. It is also available
in coloured ash (lazur) or painted beech (semi-lacquer). The chair is also available with front or full upholstery in fabric or leather. The base is 14 mm steel tubes (chromed, black or satin chromed) and leg ferrules of black synthetic material.
The range of accessories includes linking device, transport dolly, seat
and row numbers and underside cover for stacking of upholstered chairs.
Model 3130, chair; seat height 44, 46.5 or 48.5 cm; stackable;
front or fully upholstered; chromed, black or satin chromed base.

The upholstery is available in the Kvadrat fabrics Hallingdal, Divina,
Divina Melange, Tonus, Topas and Comfort from Gabriel. The leather includes Basic, Soft, Classic, Natural, White, Optical white and Elegance.

Seat height: 44, 46.5 or 48.5 cm
Height: 78, 80.5 or 82.5 cm
Width: 50 cm
Depth: 50 cm

Arne Jacobsen

Fritz Hansen