Pair of arm chairs SZ30 by Hein Stolle for 't Spectrum, 1960
[SOLD] A wonderful pair of minimalistic arm chairs, model SZ30, by Hein Stolle for 't Spectrum, the Netherlands 1960.
Hein Stolle (The Hague 1924 - Amsterdam 2006) was a Dutch interior architect and furniture designer trained at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. He was co- founder of a group of designers connected to the foundation and magazine 'Goed Wonen'. The group also designed the international hall of Schiphol Airport. He worked together with Martin Visser (SZ38) on an arm chair with metal space frame, hence the similarity between their designs. Stolle's design was more daring with its floating seat.
This pair of SZ30's are upholstered in a fibrant blue Kvadrat wollen fabric. The frame is black with teak wood arm rests.
The condition of both chairs is good with signs of age. The black paint on the frame is in good condition with some touch-ups. The teak wood is very good. The wollen fabric shows age related signs (see photos) but has not faded and still retains its fantastic deep blue colour.
Seat height: 33cm
Total depth: 75cm
Price is for the pair.