Mahogany chair (1914),
deck chair on loan from the Museum of Applied Art,
ship's table in teak (1933),
bookcases in mahngany(1933),
red leather-cuvered sectional sofa (1933) ,
wing chair (1940),
caned easy chair.
... Kaare Klint’s unpretentious folding chair is characterized by having legs with an ingenious spiral section so that they form a single round member when the chair is folded. It was so difficult to find tools to form these sections that Rud. Rasmussen had to ask one of our large industries to borrow machines which are normally used to manufacture rifle butts (Politiken: Henrik Sten Moller)