Originally called "Model 4130", the chair was designed in 1957 for the Danish Museum of Art's spring exhibition in Copenhagen. Therefore after winning a prize at the XI. Triennale in Milan, the chair was renamed "Grand Prix".
The Grand Prix chair is available with a steel base in three different heights, or with the original wooden base, making it an ideal type for a wide range of use. It is available in an extensive range of colours, wood types and fabric or leather upholstery options.
The Grand Prix chair variant with steel base is stackable.