Wim Den Boon desk chair, The Netherlands 1960

Unique swivel desk chair, designed by Dutch architect Wim Den Boon, the Netherlands, 1960. This desk chair is designed as a part of a monumental set of office furniture. A characterful swivel office chair that is clearly inspired by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand. The chair is designed in 1960 for the office of a client in Dutch residential city of The Hague. The design is registered and documented in the Dutch National Architecture Institute (NAI). This custom-made desk chair is skillfully made of wood, metal and skai leather.

To preserve the monumental aspect of this important set of design furniture, it would be preferable to sell the storage unit together with the matching desk and chairs. Please see the pictures and description of these other pieces in our website.

DesignerWim den BoonYear1960Materialwood, metal, skai leatherMeasurementsD 45 x W 45 x H 74 CM Quantity1ConditiongoodPriceSOLD

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