Chill Chair Set by Nanna Ditzel


Designed by Nanna Ditzel in 1961.

Material: rattan, & aluminium frame.

Chair Dimensions: Width 69cm, Depth 75cm, Height 55cm, Seat Height 17cm.

Stool Dimensions: Width 69cm, Depth 69cm, Height 33cm, Seat Height 17cm.

Weight of unit - 14kg.


  • As this item is oversized, we will contact you with an excess freight quote.
  • The Chill chair & stool set is part of Sika-Design’s Icons collection that features rattan classics from some of the most talented designers of the 20th century.
  • Chill was the first design that Nanna Ditzel created after her husband, designer Jørgen Ditzel died in 1961.
  • Nanna Ditzel (1923–2005) graduated in Furniture design from The Royal Danish academy of Fine Arts in 1946. She quickly established her own design studio together with her husband Jørgen Ditzel (1921-1961), with whom she designed the famous Hanging Egg chair. Among her designs are textiles for Kvadrat and silverware for Georg Jensen.


Sika Design

Sika Design's passion & understanding of rattan dates back decades. Sika has been around long enough to call themselves Scandinavia's oldest producer of rattan & wicker furniture. 

Sika began in 1942 when Ankjaer Andreasen produced the first batch of baskets, lamps, flower tables and other smaller interior items made of rush and willow. In the 1950s Ankjaer expanded his production to include a furniture series made from rattan, and the company Sika-Design was firmly established. 

The ICONS collection revitalises iconic pieces of furniture from some of Europe's most skilled and important architects and designers. Arne Jacobsen, Nanna and Jorgen Ditzel, Viggo Boesen and Franco Albini were all pioneers of their time - they broke new ground when they made experimental shapes with the sturdy materials of rattan and wicker and created sculptural and timeless icons. With great respect and admiration for the original designs and in close collaboration with the descendants of these renowned furniture makers, Sika Design is pleased to be able to bring these icons back.