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Industrial designer Karel Links conceived his "easy to assemble" chair in 1968. Comprised of just 3 pieces of 10 mm birch plywood, it takes only 15 seconds to assemble this amazing, steady, reliable and beautiful chair. The award winning design rec...
Links "Easy to assemble chair"
GE1935 VENUS bench
With pride WonderWood presents the re-edition of Hans Wegner's Shell bench and chair.
Venus bench and chair illustrate designer and cabinet-maker Hans J.Wegner's genius by showing
features of his main masterpieces ...
WEGNER VENUS BENCH
Original Zig-Zag Chairs in elm wood. The chairs are executed by Rietveld's cabinet-maker Gerard van de Groenekan in the 1960's. Originally designed in 1934. WonderWood acquired these chairs directly from the first owner with a written provenance including
Rietveld, ZigZag Chairs
Artek Alvar Aalto set - High Back Chair 66
Designed by Alvar Aalto in the early fourties. The high-back dining chair has a bold shape and is made of birch plywood. The high back seat is also made of plywood, but with less layers of veneer. The Cha...
Alvar Aalto 4x Chair 66
Red Blue chair executed in 1962. Executed by Gerard van de Groenekan who was Rietveld's cabinet-maker. This chair was acquired from first owner, an English London based architect. This unique rare collectors item comes with provenance certificate. A...
Rietveld, Red Blue Chair
Price on request
Han Pieck, Dutch design, vintage plywood chair. LAWO1 1946. This piece is sold.
Currently we offer another vintage Pieck LAWO1. The piece we offer now is signed by the designer in 2006, during his visit to WonderWood and numbered as Nr.127.
Pretzel Chair with armrests by George Nelson, re-produced by Vitra.
George Nelson (1908–1986) numbers among the most important and influential figures in American design during the second half of the twentieth century.
VITRA NELSON PRETZEL CHAIR
Dining Chair Wood (DCW) from Charles & Ray Eames. This wonderful plywood chair is from first production (1946/47) by Evans and has the original Evans label. The vintage chair including the rubber shockmounts are still in a very good condition. We hav...
Price on request
eames molded plywood lounge chair lcw
Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1946, Molded plywood, wood legs, Made by Herman Miller.
Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with the boldly...
EAMES MILLER WALNUT LCW CHAIR
This interesting chair has been designed for the EXPO Bruxelles in 1958. The overall picture of Stynen's work as an architect and city planner contains more than half a century of Belgian architectural history. Léon Stynen, successful at a young age...
Stijnen Plywood Chair
Interesting lounge chair in beech faced plywood by Jens Nielsen for Westnofa, Norway. This ingenious chair consists of two pieces which can easily be taken apart.
Laminex Lounge Chairs by Jens Nielsen
Dining Chair Metal designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946, produced by Herman Miller in the 1950s. This iconic chair has a seat and back in black lacquered molded plywood and a chromed steel base with rubber shockmounts. The chair is in a
Dining Chair Metal designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946, produced by Herman Miller in the 1950s. This iconic chair has a seat and back in molded walnut plywood and a chromed steel base with rubber shockmounts. The chair is in a very good
Autographed vintage chair by Samuel Chan. This is a prototype and designed in 1985. This chair is signed by the designer, Samuel Chan.
Chan Signed Prototype Chair
Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard Nielsen
Model AX nr. 6020, designed in 1950. Teak-faced laminated wood frame with beech-faced moulded plywood seat and back.
Hvidt Model AX nr. 6020 Chair
Groep & (den Boon / Stolle / Kleykamp, 1945-1950)
Factory: De Toekomst, Dieverbrug.
This is a very rare prototype plywood chair designed by Dutch designer Hein Stolle. He made wonderdul furniture designs in the forties and fifties.
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