Unique bespoke table that was part of the furnishings of the Bethlehem Church built in 1979 in Breda, Netherlands. The church was designed by two Bossche School architects: Hans van der Laan (the nephew of Dom Hans vd Laan) together with the architect Harry van Hal. . Solid merbau wood. 175.5 x 131 x 76cm
Jan de Jong & Dom Hans vd Laan (Nl. mid 20th century)
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.
An elegant open fronted console 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.