Teak dutch Modernist armchair by J.R. Bouten 1940s

Teak dutch Modernist armchair by J.R. Bouten 1940s, rare modernist armchair specifically commissioned for the Philips building by architect J.R. Bouten.


Teak dutch Modernist armchair


About the item

This is a very rare dutch modernist armchair, presumably produced in the 1940s for the philips office building designed by the architect j.r. Bouten. The chair came from this decommissioned office building. These chairs were probably commissioned in limited serie by the architect specifically designed and build for this building.

It features a teak frame and a leatherette/skai upholstery in double colours and small buttoned structure. Unknown manufacturer but likely produced in the Netherlands.

About its condition

The chair still has its original upholstery and can be used as such but in order to get a good result reupholstery would be advisable. The teak frame has signs of use but nowhere any structural damage.

Additional information

Weight 12 kg
Dimensions 70 × 65 × 70 cm
Holland / Belgium: € 25
Europe: € 150 - 450
Outside Europe: € 450 - 750

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