Wim Den Boon set of lounge chairs 1960

Unique set of lounge chairs designed by Dutch architect Wim Den Boon, the Netherlands, 1960. Like most of Wim Den Boon's work, these monumental lounge chairs are unique pieces, designed in commission of his client. The chairs are part of a complete set of office furniture. Please see the other pieces in our storefront. The set was designed in 1960 for an office of a client in the Dutch residential city of The Hague. We have a copy of the original drawing which is documented in Den Boon's archive as number M1-58. The design is registered and documented in the Dutch National Architecture Institute (NAi). There are two pairs of these lounge chairs available. The chairs are made of solid wenge wood, the seats covered with the original skai leather which is still in amazing condition with only a few traces of wear consistent with age and use. The chairs have a stunning minimalist design and match perfectly with the desk. The clean lines of the chairs are perfect in contribution to this monumental set.

Close up pictures and more information regarding provenance is available on request. To preserve the monumental aspect of this important design, it would be preferable to sell the chairs together with the matching executive desk and storage unit. Please see the pictures and description of these other items in our website.

Designer: Wim Den Boon
Year: 1960
Material: wedge wood, skai leather
Measurements: 66 x 74 x 74 CM (D x W x H) / seat height 45 cm
Quantity: 1
Condition: good
Price: SOLD