In the archives of deceased artists and writers forgotten masterpieces may lie hidden until found by some lucky soul and given the attention they deserve. Obviously, the same holds true for designers, and one such masterpiece is Hans J. Wegner’s (1914-2007) chair CH26, designed in 1950, but never manufactured. Not even a prototype of the chair exists, only Wegner’s own workshop drawing. It is not known why, but it is certain that present and future generations will rejoice at its fine curves and well-defined, distinct shape – the master’s clear creative stamp, evident in each of the more the 500 chairs he designed in his lifetime.