Whilst studying hunting chairs of the mid-20th century, designers Kristian Sofus Hansen & Tommy Hyldahl have created a modern interpretation of the low-slung hunting chair type, with construction inspired by Japanese joint making combined with the Danish stick chairs of the 1950s. Samurai is a highly considered piece of chair making based on stick chair construction popular in the 1950s, which marry different turned oak sections that support the seating comfort and tectonic geometry. The chair is completed beautifully with a highly crafted round oak section meeting the back in an elegant form that completes the iconic Samurai silhouette. Samurai is offered with saddle leather, which folds around the chair like armour and carries the body with ease. The seat is mounted with brass rivets in order to achieve maximum strength, whilst the back is mounted with adjustable leather straps and brass buckles.