This piece was designed by Eileen Gray. Bibendum is a chair reissued by Classicon that was originally designed for the furnishing of the Villa E 1027. Eileen Gray calls this chair Bibendum to emphasize the forms reminiscent of the Michelin man. It is composed of a U-shaped chromed steel tube structure and a seat padded with polyurethane, polyester wadding and covered with leather. Eileen Gray was one of the first to use tubular steel structures like other designers such as Marcel Breuer and...
This pair of folding lounge chairs has rosewood frames and leather upholstery. The cushions may be removed easily to fold the chairs.
- Set of lounge chairs designed by Koene Oberman around the 1950s - In off white upholstery - Bent and lacquered metal frame - In good original condition
This set of two lounge chairs by Oddvin Rykken for Rybo, circa 1970. It features leather upholstery and a wooden frame.
This pair of armchairs was designed by Carlo Hauner and Martin Eisler. The frames are made of black painted iron. The upholstery is a light linen blend. Due to the diagonal lines and the thinness of the frames, the shells have an almost floating appearance. The chairs feature the original brass caps. Carlo Hauner and Martin Eisler are the duo behind Forma, the Brazilian mid-century furniture company. With the rising interest in Brazilian design in recent years, Hauner and Eisler are getting more...
This model Shell armchair was designed by Carlo Hauner circa 1955. The frame is made of black painted iron. The upholstery is in a light linen blend fabric. Due to the diagonal lines and the thinness of the frame, the shell has an almost floating appearance. It features its original brass caps. Carlo Hauner and Martin Eisler are the duo behind ´Forma´, the Brazilian mid-century furniture company. With the rising interest in Brazilian design in recent years, Hauner & Eisler are getting more and...
This pair of Dutch mid-century modern lounge chairs were designed by Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum in the 1960s. The pieces comprise brushed steel frames and are re-upholstered with new fabric and foam.
- Vintage mid-century modern wenge lounge chair / easy chair from Dutch manufacturer Spectrum, 1960s - Reminiscent of designs by Martin Visser, Hein Stolle, and Kho Liang le - Wenge frame and green leather upholstery with a weathered look
This mid-century brown lounge chair features leather seat and back pads, and suede sections across the back of the chair and under the armrests.
This lounge chair by Arne Norell has been newly upholstered in brown leather and features a polished steel frame. The Ariet lounge chair is a smaller version of the Ari lounge chair and is no longer in production.
This pair of polished chromed steel sculptured lounge chairs were produced by Forma Nova in Italy and has been reupholstered in a duck egg fabric.
This mid-century lounge chair has a wooden frame with black leather upholstery.
This mid-century lounge chair was designed by Rob Parry for Gelderland in the 1960s in the Netherlands. The chair features a chrome steel base with rosewood and black leatherette elements.
This very comfortable mid-century lounge chair was made by Artifort and designed by Theo Ruth. The chair has new upholstery and foam.
- Model SZ73 black leather and wenge lounge chair - Designed by Martin Visser for ’t Spectrum - Manufactured in the Netherlands in the 1960s Seat dimensions: - Width: 60 cm - Depth: 50 cm - Height: 41 cm - Arm rests: 54 cm
- Mid-century lounge chair - From the 1950s-1960s - In the style of Marco Zanuso - Metal & brass feet - New yellow fabric upholstery - Made in Italy
- Model SE 06 leather chair designed by Martin Visser - Produced by t´ Spectrum in the 1960s - Suitable for a taller person - Chair weighs 9-9.5 kg