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BANGKOK VENUE:
Republic of Fritz Hansen

  • Republic of Fritz Hansen
  • Republic of Fritz Hansen
  • Republic of Fritz Hansen
  • Republic of Fritz Hansen
  • Republic of Fritz Hansen
  • Republic of Fritz Hansen

Norse Republics, the people who import Hay, Lightyears and Paper Collective, have now brought in Republic of Fritz Hansen, the Danish furniture design company renowned for its super-premium collaborations.

To own one of their timeless creations, be prepared to splash some serious dosh: the iconic Egg chair is limited to three pieces in water-buffalo leather at B679,600 or three in Raf Simons’ Ria primrose fabric at B484,900.

More affordable accessories include the High vase by Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon (B8,400) and stack tray #5 by Wednesday Architecture (B10,500).

The collection’s on display now at The House No.14, an elegant two-story pastel-gray house dating back to the ‘50s situated in a peaceful alley. The showroom is being dubbed the world's first "House of Frtiz Hansen" concept store. 

 

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Phone: 02-015-4164, 090-915-9788
Republic of Fritz Hansen, 14/1 Soi Somkid, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Chit Lom

Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat-Sun 1-7pm

Open Since:

July, 2017
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