Jan de Jong & Dom Hans vd Laan

Circa 1960s. Bossche School high backed chair.
Designed by the benedictine monk and architect Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong in the 1960s – the chair was commissioned for the Willibrordus church in Almelo which despite being one of the best examples of Dutch churches of the modernist era was knocked down in 2005 as part of a series of unfortunate closures.
Stained exotic woods with copper nails.

PoA.

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1960s Pine Bench

A solid pine bench. Designer/maker unknown, possibly of Scandinavian or French origin. It has a constructivist slatted base and three bolted planks as the seat. 200 cm x 45cm x 40cm high.

Price: 1,900.00 euro

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Wooden tea trolley. Circa 1940s

Unusual wooden tea trolley with a rustic vernacular appeal. The origin is unknown but it could well be Dutch if not of Nordic or French origin.

590.00 euro

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Mid-c20th French Table.

A French solid oak table with a Brutalist simplicity. The table is completely held together using traditional pegged joints rather than nails or glue that lock into place when the table is set into position. Its few features include lengthened integrated cross bars and carved planes to the inside of each leg.

1,690.00 euro

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Gunnar Daan prototype high chair. 1960s

Gunnar Daan (Dutch 1939-2016)

Midcentury plywood prototype chair by Dutch architect Gunnar Daan (1939-2016)
This child’s high chair is believed to be a prototype for the later high chair produced by Metz & Co in 1966. The design was conceived by Daan for his own children and was to be manufactured from a single sheet of plywood with as little wastage as possible.

1,150.00 euro

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