Specialising in ergonomic furniture with sleek lines and modern curves, designer W.H. Gispen’s name became synonymous with steel-framed seating. He founded the Dutch furniture manufacturer Kembo in the 1950s and was heavily influenced by functionalism. Deceptively dainty, yet industrial, his designs were famed for their strength and durability.
This loveseat is reupholstered in cloud-like sheepspelt on the roll. It has neat proportions, wooden armrests and a black powder-coated tubular frame. In good condition with signs of light use to the upholstery, minor surface age wear and losses to the metal.
H76 L116 D65cm