With its low seat and seemingly open arms, the chair named after Boesen's mother-in-law embodies the essence of the salons. The chair surprises with its small size, which makes it a perfect fit for smaller interiors.
It is one of the few designs by the architect Viggo Boesen, who was instrumental in popularising the Funkis style in the 1930s. Viggo used natural materials and Little Peter was no different.
The chair, of which only 30 pieces were produced in 1938, gained a warm following at the Copenhagen Fair immediately after its introduction, and later received numerous awards at exhibitions in New York and Berlin.