The 1965 PK24 Modern Chaise Lounge Chair by Poul Kjærholm, a calculated lesson in form and gravity. Originally dubbed the hammock chair, the PK24 was Poul Kjærholm’s first adjustable lounge chair. Considered one of the most stunning designs of the mid century era, the Pk24 is one of Poul’s most brilliantly functional architectural furniture designs. The design of the pillow headrest was a micro of the overall macro design. Using gravity and leather straps, it perches unattached across the top of the lounge with the functioning pillow on one side and a stainless steel counterbalance bar on the back.