Set of two armchairs designed by Martin Visser for t Spectrum, the Netherlands, 1960s. Made of a tubular brushed steel frame which is in nice contrast with the high quality black leather upholstery. The armrests are covered in black leather to support and provide the needing comfort.
A grey polyester lounge chair model No. 416 designed by Wim Rietveld (son of Gerrit Thomas Rietveld) and André Cordemeyer for Gispen, Culemborg, 1957. This first Dutch polyester armchair was made of on piece of moulded polyester, a new technique for the Dutch furniture making market. This experimental chair was a success and the start of something beautiful. The seat is supported by a tubular solid metal frame with rubber shock mounts