This pair of lounge chairs was designed by Hein Stolle for ´t Spectrum in the Netherlands in 1956. The chairs feature a beech frame with two painted plywood shells. They are slightly different in execution and are in good original condition.
Dieses Set aus zwei 369 Sessel wurde 1956 von Walter Knoll designt und ist mit KnollTextile Mohair Stoff bezogen.
A pair of SZ11 lounge chairs designed by Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum in the Netherlands in 1965. In 1965 the company ´t Spectrum was at its top and their idealism was at its peak resulting in a few strong Dutch design classics. These chairs have been in production only for two years. A heavy stainless steel folded base supports a wooden structure that is newly upholstered with De Ploeg fabric and all new foam. To demonstrate the weight, a single chair needs to be lifted by two strong...
This pair of Nagoya Osaka lounge chairs was designed by Martin Visser and manufactured by ‘t Spectrum in 1969. These lounge chairs with low backrests are model SZ077 and part of the Osaka series designed for the world exhibition in Osaka. The chrome bases are upholstered in the original brown rib/corduroy fabric, with leather straps at the back.
Dieser Walter Knoll Sessel Modell Sirino besteht aus Reinanilinleder, einem weichen Anilinleder in kamel/ sandfarben.
A pair of original Walter Knoll Jason 391 armchairs finished in cream leather. The Jason collection is nothing short of architectural. The armrests are slender and the back gently curves.
This set comprises two lounge chairs. They each have a wooden frame and velvet upholstery.
Lounge-Sessel 2er-Set Universe - 4 Farben. 2er-Set im 70er Jahre Retro-Look mit Chrom-Sesselfuß. Kunstlederbezug (100% Polyurethan). In den Farben Braun, Beige, Weiß oder Rot. Zum Discountpreis bei Kauf-Unique.de
This set of two Emma model lounge chairs was produced in Sweden in the 1970s, and retains the original fabric upholstery.
This Tecta F51 lounge chair was designed in 1923 by Walter Gropius and features a wooden frame in solid grey ash, upholstered in brown leather.
This model SZ19 Tanabe armchair from the 1970s was designed by Martin Visser for ’t Spectrum. This item is also part of the collection of the Textilemuseum in Tilburg, Netherlands.
- A pair of lounge chairs in brown brushed leather - Designed by Cassina in 1971 - Lounge chairs with a wooden base with metal structures and suede upholstery in good condition
A two-seater sofa and lounge chair designed by Hans Ell, manufactured by ´t Spectrum in the Netherlands between 1970 and 1971. These pieces have only been in production between 1970 and 1971, making them very unique finds. They have high quality chrome-plated pipe metal frames that go around the sides. Upholstered in the original grey fabric. In original condition. Sofa sizes: W 146 x D 73 x H 71 (SH 39) cm Chair sizes: W 86 x D 73 x H 71 (SH 39) cm
This pair of leather lounge chairs was designed by Gilles Bouchez for Airborne during the 1970s in France. This set of lounge chairs comes with white leather cushions, supported by adjustable straps, and chrome plated steel frames. They are part of the series Kit produced by Airborne in the 1970s. The leather is in excellent condition.
This pair of lounge chairs was designed and made around the 1970s in Italy. They feature a wooden frame upholstered in faux leather and four cushions.
This set of two minimalistic lounge chairs was made in Italy in the 1950s. Metal frame and upholstered with white fabric.
This set of lounge chairs was designed by Jaques Brule for Hans Kaufeld in Switzerland in the 1970s. They feature chromed bases and two-toned fabric coverings.
Martin Visser designed this Nagoya SZ09 lounge chair for ’t Spectrum as part of the Osaka series in 1969. The Osaka series provided the furniture for the Dutch pavilion at the world exhibition in Osaka, Japan.