This Art Deco cubist desk and its matching armchair are made of Rio rosewood veneer with French polish. The double-faced desk has 3 binders and a drawer on the left side and 3 drawers on the right. The foot bar and hardware are in nickel plated bronze. The Armchair has removable back and seat cushions with new upholstery and measures 63 x 60 x 75 cm with a seat height of 47 cm.
Dutch designer Martin Visser (1922-2009) designed the SZ 09 or Nagoya easy chair in 1969 for the Dutch pavilion at the World Expo of 1970 held in Osaka Japan. With this Nagoya easy chair, Martin Visser wanted to connect the functional Bauhaus 1930s design with the comfortable 1960s luxury standard of furniture. The original black leather is in good condition with a patina, the chrome frame remains in excellent condition.
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 set includes a desk, bookcase, and armchair by Maurice Alet. The desk and bookcase are in veneer ebony makassar and lacquered wood. There is a monogram on the top of the desk. The pivoting armchair is in leather.
This John Makepeace (OBE FCSD FRSA), tan leather covered armchair was produced circa 1970 and features a beech frame with an inset cane paneled back and seat. The piece comprises raised curved arms and square legs, and the frame is stamped John Makepeace, and bears the label for The Attlee Foundation. Makepeace was born in 1939 in Britain and worked primarily wood, after having been exposed to the craft from a young age. His work has been widely exhibited and his catalogue includes comissions...
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.
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.
- 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
- 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
This pair of Martin Visser for ’t Spectrum leather and wenge lounge chairs SZ73 was manufactured in the Netherlands around the 1960s. The chairs are made of solid wenge with orange-brown leather upholstery.
This pair of Osaka/Kyoto lounge chairs was designed by Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum in 1969. The chairs are part of the Osaka series designed for the world exhibition in Japan (Osaka). Both chairs feature chocolate brown leather upholstery with chromed tubular frames.
- Model SZ12 lounge chair designed by Martin Visser - Produced by ´t Spectrum in 1965 - Features original upholstery on black lacquered base in folded steel - Some minor spots (might need cleaning or re-upholstery) - Rare piece as it was only in production for two years - In good condition with minor wear consistent with age and use
This set of two SZ02 model lounge chairs was designed by Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum in the Netherlands. The set features chrome plated steel frames and thick leather seats and backs and was purchased by the previous owner as a pair in the 1980s. One of the chairs has been used regularly, and the other scarcely which can be seen comparing the wear of the leather.
- Lounge set comprising four easy chairs and a matching coffee table - Model SZ077/Nagoya1 designed by Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum - Chairs have a chromed steel base and are upholstered in orange and purple fabric - Chairs are also called Osaka easy chairs because the model was shown at a world exhibition in Japan in the 1970s - Blend of Bauhaus style and organic forms
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 set of two model SZ07 Kyoto lounge chairs was designed by Martin Visser in 1969 as part of the Osaka series for the world fair in Japan (Osaka). The pieces were part of the ´t Spectrum collection from 1969 to 1974 and feature chromed metal frames as well as black leather cushions with comfortable seating. The chairs remain in a very good original vintage condition with a light patina on the leather.
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...
- A sturdy armchair with a very comfortable seat - A design of Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum - Model SZ07/Nagoya 1 - With a chrome-plated steel base and black skai leather pillow - This lounge chair is also called the Osaka easy chair - So-named after the Japanese city because of the world exhibition in Japan in the 1970s - A blend between tight Bauhaus design and warm organic forms - Characteristic of ´t Spectrum is the authentic, strong design carried out in a mixture of materials - The...