Finally the PP225, or Flag halyard, has found a place at holm°. The frame is made of solid stainless steel, 240 metres especially developed flag line is used for the seat and back, and an Icelandic longhaired sheepskin softens the industrial look of the steel in order to create a lounge chair that oozes relaxed extravagance. This is the reason the Flag halyard is selected for interiors all over the world with an understated luxurious, but urban feel to them.
The idea behind the chair is quite simple. PP Møbler writes: "Although the appearance of the Flag Halyard Chair seems rather futuristic, the basic idea was conceived on a hot summer afternoon in rather trivial circumstances. While the kids were playing in the shallow waters along the beach, Wegner was digging himself into the sand building a comfortable chair to enjoy the holidays. Back in the summerhouse Wegner made the first sketches using the seating angles that he had conceived on the beach. Despite having obvious preferences for wood, Wegner shows his bold and courageous appetite for creating. With the Flag Halyard Chair he pays a tribute to the early modernists such as Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Marcel Breuer, and proves that he masters stainless steel with the same conclusive elegance as he masters wood."