Danish craft’s strong influence on Modern design can be credited to a number of individuals and manufacturers in Denmark. Among them, Helge Sibast crafted classics such as the solid-wood 1953 No. 8 chair (shown) until his death in 1984. Now, his family is reviving the business—and the chair. With inverted Y-shaped legs, a cantilevered seat, and a curved rail, the midcentury modern piece will be offered in oak with black, soap, and oiled finishes.