Emile and Walter Baumann
Emile & Walter Baumann "traineau" sledge chairs. These French chairs have a distinct Scandinavian inspiration but still retain a unique design. Reupholstered and beechwood frame. Baumann factory is a furniture company located in a former clog factory in Colombier-Fontaine in the Doubs (France). It is one of the twentieth century’s most acclaimed companies of the market industry. It was in 1903 that the son of the swiss founder Emile Baumann, named Walter, becomes head of the company. The factory had its first success with chairs and children’s furniture. Emile Baumann was a Swiss who lived in France and created his own furniture manufacture at the beginning of the 20st century. The manufacture became very well known in the sixties and the Baumann chairs were much seen in French restaurants and bistrots. Baumann was one of the biggest manufacturers of "bent wood" furniture along with Thonet. The factory shuts down in 2003 because of economic difficulties. Chairs : H : 80cm HS : 55cm W : 48cm D : 50cm Table : H : 75cm W : 124-225cm
Upholstered Hallway 51, Alvar Aalto, Artek, Finland, 1940S Hallway chair 51, with frames precisely the same as the plywood-seated Hallway chair 51 that Aalto designed for The Paimio Sanitorium. Aalto designed a few modified versions including this more comfortable cushioned version. Originally the chairs were covered in woven paper string, dating these chairs to the Second World War when other fabrics became unavailable. This model was used in a few student accommodation projects in the United States during and after the War period. W 55 cm x D 57 cm x H 79 cm (seat height) 45 cm
Pair of Stools 60 designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland, 1950's. Authentic Stool 60 in Lacquered Birch with Linoleum Seat. Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 is the most elemental of furniture pieces, equally suitable as a seat, a table, storage unit, or display surface. The legs are mounted directly to the underside of the round seat without the need for complicated connecting elements. Thanks to its geometry, the stool can be stacked to save space in a spiralling tower sculpture. D : 35cm H : 44,5cm
The Series 7 chair designed in 1955 by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen was produced by Fritz Hansen. W : 50 cm H : 76 cm D : 43 cm
A pair of children´s chairs model Vanikka designed by Kristian Gullichsen. Made out of birch and in good condition. Gullichsen was a scholar of Aalto and a renowned architect in Finland who also made some pics of furniture quite hard to find. Versatile chair that have two seating height possible.
Designed by Sori Yanagi in 1954 and won the golden compass in 1957.
Charles and Ray Eames
Eames DCM (Dinner Chair Metal) made by Evans for Herman Miller. This chair dates from the 1950s. Evans label at the bottom of the seat. The chair is in good condition, but it was varnished. There is no major damage to the wood. The original shock mounts are in good condition. Measurements: 75.5 cm high, 49 cm wide, 53 cm deep and 44 cm seat height
Arne Jacobsen butterfly chair with armrest A pair of butterfly chair in a rare dark grey variation with armrest, these are by Fritz Hansen and from the late eighties. Some scratches and chips in the painting but solid and steady. A great opportunity to acquire a classic at a very reasonable price. H : 75cm x W : 61cm x D : 43cm Seat Hight : 42cm
Chaise 116 Édition Gispen Hollande 1952 En superbe état d'origine Assise et dossier : hêtre Structure : métal peint gris L: 47 cm x l: 50cm x H : 76cm Chair 116 by Wim Rietveld for Gispen, 1952, in superb original condition. Seat and backrest made out of beech. Frame made of steel
Chaise pliante Rex Hêtre Édition : Stol Industrija Pohistva Années 1950 Slovénie Longueur : 48cm x Largeur : 43cm x Hauteur : 64cm x Hauteur d'assise : 41cm Rex folding chair in beech, in very good condition, stil with original sticker Edition : Stol Industrija Pohistva 1950 Slovenia D: 48cm x W : 43cm x H: 64cm x Seating height : 41cm
Arne Hovmand Olsen
Fauteuil modèle 107 Teck. Édition : Bramin Danemark Nice easy chair designed by Arne H. Olsen for Bramin. Made out of teak, upholstered with new fabrics in the old fashion. In very good condition with usual wear for vintage chair well preserved.
Alfred Hendrickx (chaises attribuées à)
6 chaises de salle à manger Édition : Belform Bois exotique et skaï Années 1960 L : 50cm X l : 48cm x H : 44/75cm Set of 6 dining chairs in the manner of Alfred Hendrickx for Belform These 6 exotic wooden chairs have been covered by a brandnew black faux leather.