A wonderful set to look at hailing from the groovy seventies period. This concerns two chairs, most likely made in the Netherlands.
Sharp shapes and the architectural appearance together make an attractive combination.It’s the frame that immediately catches the eye and is less simple than it seems. The designer of these chairs has applied a number of subtleties. Only part of the front and back of the legs touch the ground. In between there is a recess with a height of one centimeter through which the light can escape underneath and at the same time creates a shadow. The point where the foot and the railing element meet is mitered and adds to the spacious drama of the sharp shape.
At a height of forty centimeters, the seating area is attached on both sides with an Allen screw and with five screws to the bars on the back of the chair. A comfortable back cushion is attached to three bars with a loop. The bars extend into the curved backrest and lower crossbeam using mortise and tenon connections.
The birch frame is stained in a dark brown color and combines flawlessly with the reupholstered bouclé. The condition of the chairs is very good with only minor signs of use. Little scuffs and marks include that.