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In partnership with Fritz Hansen, Kinfolk absorbs the transformative power of the sea.

Why does open water feel so replenishing? Neuroscientists and psychologists are beginning to produce data on “blue mind”—the idea that our brains are hardwired to react positively to being in, under, on or simply near water. Be it with best friends or a best-selling novel, sitting in a chair close to the sea and surrendering to the rhythmic sound of breaking waves and the soothing sea air has been proven by EEG scans to induce a mildly meditative, peaceful state.

To celebrate the launch of a refreshed color palette for Fritz Hansen’s iconic Arne Jacobsen-designed Series 7 chair, now in 16 new shades, the Kinfolk team took a stack to somewhere we would like to spend more time sitting: Klintebjerg, on the windswept shores of northern Zealand, Denmark.

As the sun sets, the chairs’ warm tones , created by legendary editor and gallerist Carla Sozzani, soften into surroundings that reflect those which inspired her—“the dark green and blue of shifting waves and sky, to the pinks and ochres of small shells and a fading seashore in twilight.”

Words by John Burns.
Photography by
Thomas Hasse Therkildsen.

This post was produced in partnership with Fritz Hansen.

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