Hein Stolle chair model BN-1
Article number 7085
Wonderful Hein Stolle, Dutch plywood birch chair. Beautiful and incredibly rare dining chair designed in 1948 in collaboration with Dieverbrug, Groep & (den Boon / Stolle / Kleykamp and it was manufactured by De Toekomst. This chair is made from plywood and birch. Hein Stolle cofounded the design collective Groep& alongside Wim den Boon and Pierre Kleykamp. Together, these well-known designers created furniture for Goed Wonen.
Stolle (1924-2006) was a prominent Dutch designer, known for his significant contributions to the post-war design movement. He had a sleek and functional approach and his designs were characterized by clean lines and minimalist aesthetic, reflecting the prevailing modernist ideals of the time. He was closely associated with the influential ‘Goed Wonen’ (Good Living) movement, which advocated for accessible and well-designed furniture for the masses. Stolle’s innovative use of materials and his commitment to creating practical, yet elegant, designs made him a key figure in the evolution of modern Dutch design.
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38 x 40 x 75 cm (lxdxh)
Seating height: 48 cm
Designer Hein Stolle
Manufacturer De Toekomst, The Netherlands
Material Plywood, birch
Condition Good vintage condition; traces of use consistent with age (see pictures)