Set of Lounge Chairs by Wim Den Boon - 1960's
Wim Den Boon lounge chairs designed as part of an interior in The Netherlands. The chairs bears strong traits of the aesthetic language of Le Corbusier. The Dutch interior designer and architect was a dogmatic man who believed strongly in the transforming capacities of architecture and design. Den Boon was affected by the architecture of Le Corbusier, De Stijl and Rietveld. The purist design fits in seamlessly with the functionalist design of the late 1930s when Avant-Garde designers made both chromed tube furniture and curved plywood.
Priced as a set of two lounge chairs.
Continental US€ 1100
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