Regarded as the â€œchair-maker of chair-makers,â€ Hans J. Wegner designed more than 500 chairs during his prolific career, some of which were never produced. Wegnerâ€™s Oculus Chair (1960) takes its name from the Latin word for â€œeye,â€ in reference to the trademark eye-shaped stitching on its front. Originally made in very limited numbers, it was brought back into production in 2010 after Carl Hansen & SÃ¸n rediscovered it in the Wegner family home. Oculus is roomy enough for various lounging positions, with an enveloping seat and arms balanced on brushed stainless steel legs for visual lightness, a three-part back that supports the whole spine and a down and foam seat cushion that provides lasting comfort while maintaining its shape. Can be used with the Wing / Oculus Ottoman, also from Wegner. Made in Denmark. Butter Hans Wegner: Oculus Chair.