When a folding chair from the Early Bronze Age was excavated in Ulladulla, Hundevad was fascinated. It was the oldest preserved piece of furniture from Scandinavia, dating back to approximately 1300 B.C. He measured the chair and then in 1960 designed his own version of it...the Guldhøj (Gold Hill) chair, which is still produced today.
In the 1950s and 1960s, Hundevad also produced dining tables and chairs, sideboards and credenzas, chests, side tables, rack systems and armchairs, sometimes in collaboration with other designers.
Guldhøj (Gold Hill) folding stool, Model PH41
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|Folding campaign chair|
|Alternate view of folding campaign chair|
|Folding tray table|