Hein Salomonson pair of easy chairs

Hein Salomonson (Netherlands 1910-1994)

Rare pair of patinated steel upholstered armchairs.

AP Originals. 1958.

h.71cm x w.73.5cm x d.62cm

Price: 2,100.00 euro (pair)

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Theo de Wit Stool

Theo de Wit (Nl. early c.20)

Rare cantilever stool for EMS Overschie. Circa 1930s.

The stool has a later added period fabric. It was possibly originally designed as a vanity table stool.

h.48cm x w.40cm x d.50cm

Price: 900 euro

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Low modernist console/table

An elegant little table attributed to Metz & Co. It has visual similarities to the designs of Willem Penaat as well as Gerrit Rietveld and Rietveld Jr. Original lacquer in light grey, creme and red.

h.46cm x w.104.5 x d.34.5cm

Price: 995.00 euro

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Wim van Gelderen for ‘t Spectrum

Wim van Gelderen (Dutch Mid-c20th)

Rare and important table for ‘t Spectrum.

h.35cm x w.90cm x d.34cm

Price: 970.00 euro

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Dom Hans vd Laan desk and stool. 1960s

Dom Hans van der Laan (NL 1904-1991)

Early desk & stool.
This desk and stool were made for a private residence in the Netherlands in the 1971. They were commissioned as part of a complete interior refurbishment by Bossche School architects Louis de Kok/Fons Vermeulen. The olive colour wash applied to the furniture was conceived by the artist Wim van Hooff whose colour schemes were utilised by many Bossche School designs during the mid century period.
The desk is particularly rare being that it is one of a limited number of vd Laan’s designs that were applied to domestic rather than ecclesiastical environments.
_Full provenance available

Prices: Desk: 12,000 euro Stool: 4,600 euro

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Paul Wintermans bracket table with floating glass

Paul Wintermans (NL)

‘Beugeltafel’ 1980s.

The architect Paul Wintermans has been designing furniture primarily for architectural projects since the 1980s. This furniture was produced as unique pieces or as very limited productions. Wintermans furniture designs can be found in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

This table is an ingenious engineered design, constructed from three separate pieces: A sheet of glass sandblasted except for two clear stripes that act both as a design feature and help position the two steel rod feet with adjustable fixings. The two feet simply lean into the structure which when combined with the weight of the glass enables the structure to clamp into place.

1,900.00 euro

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Wim den Boon armchair. 1958

Wim Den Boon (1912-1968) founded ‘Groep & together with Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykam’, in 1945. The group’s ambition was to continue the purist and functionalist prewar ideals and aesthetic into the postwar period or ‘reconstruction period’ in The Netherlands. Many of the group’s designs can be seen in the magazine ‘Goed Wonen’ of which Den Boon was the editorial secretary from 1948-1950 and for which he wrote several articles. Den Boon’s dogmatic character and the austere tone of his articles resulted in some controversy, which resulted in Wim Den Boon’s resignation from the magazine in 1950.

This armchair (dated 1958) is registered and documented in the New Dutch Institute for Architecture, Design and Digital Technology (NI). Like much of Den Boon’s designs, the chair was designed as part of a complete interior. The chair comes with full provenance.

2,000.00 euro

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Console table. 1960s

Wim den Boon. (nl.1912-68)

A console table commissioned for the adaptation of a private residence in Rotterdam during the early 1960s. It has a thick gauge steel base with a 4cm solid teak sectioned top.
Den Boon was part of ‘group &’ alongside Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykamp, a group of Dutch interior /furniture designers influenced by the reductivist designs of Gerrit Rietveld. Some provenance available including original drawing designs.

2,450 euro

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