The "FD133" armchair was designed by Finn Juhl for "France & Daverkosen" in 1953. In addition to being stunning and cozy, this armchair is also significant historically. It was the first chair constructed in teak, a wood that Juhl appreciated for its rich, warm color and ease of finishing. Due to the inherent oils in the wood, regular saw blades would quickly become dull. Teak was made popular among Scandinavian designers and inextricably tied to Danish modernism thanks to Juhl's use of the material.