• 01-slider-01-c79291a9fb64270e9b0bbd4940df6616
    • 01-slider-02-5f3458000b53b1297a79dfa14a12ab47
    • 01-slider-03-78e3e0fc42d61fafff358274455f26ac
    • 01-slider-04-c4e1ca097e939607eb3a1dc7ac18d0fa
    • 01-slider-05-23d63dec1d5dafc42a7802f0bf090142
    • 01-slider-06-f4f036351aac46840681fa6f269937f7
    • 01-slider-07-4b24c4d648de6d97ff0ad3333e02e802
    • 01-slider-08-8aeb8029807789b63c547a34d5c2f6c8
    • 01-slider-09-b61e1f5a3e6e879845769cd5784c5df4
    • 01-slider-10-7b7e972c089394920b55223ee1bbb20c
    • 01-slider-11-5a56c66dbd50599f54389dc141b6eceb
    • 01-slider-12-d82bd5f5a282052a44ac4459172c0bed
    • 01-slider-13-5ebffec7387cad5d42c654a921c3fe6c

    This rare pair high back armchairs were custom designed for a municipal building in Utrecht, The Netherlands in the early 1950s. The generously sized dimensions and very high back make this a striking, distinctive design. The legs and armrests are in solid wengé wood. The chairs have been fully reconditioned and newly upholstered in a beautiful green velvet by Braquenié / Pierre Frey. The ‘Zao’ velvet has a scale motif, finished with a delicate metallic thread that highlights the design.