Axel Enthoven is one of Belgium’s leading designers. To date his studio Enthoven Associates have had a prolific and expansive output, designing over 1,900 products across different sectors. His most recognised designs are perhaps the public trams and metros in Brussels, Ghent, Antwerp, Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
This chair, designed by Enthoven for Rohé circa 1970 is both serene and playful. Created from four cylindrical pieces of wood steam bent into shape, bending to become the legs, frame, arms and backrest. The condition of the chair is very good as it has been re-finished and reupholstered in pale suede.
H76 L53 D50 Seat H44.5cm