Towards the end of the 1950s, Arne Jacobsen designed the Egg chair for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. It is a chair with a high back and large headrest, which started a new generation of style for chair design. Shelter is part of that stylistic generation: it is comfortable, simple and light. The challenge was to make a clear line to define the boundary between the intimate space, the chair, and the back, which opens the chair to the room. The two spaces are distinct and yet complementary.