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Hein Stolle - Rare small 'Stolwijk' table for 't Spectrum, 1950s

Hein Stolle - Rare small &#039;Stolwijk&#039; table for &#039;t Spectrum, 1950s - <span class="node-unpublished">Hein Stolle</span> - Spectrum
Hein Stolle (Netherlands, 1924-2006)

Small rare 'Stolwijk' table for ‘t Spectrum 1954-55 (Produced for limited period only)

Original grey painted plywood and steel rod.

In the reconstruction period after the second world war, the Dutch architect and furniture designer Hein Stolle experimented with new materials and techniques for the cost effective mass-production of furniture. As a furniture designer, Stolle was a member of Groep & (which comprised Wim den Boon, Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykamp, 1946-1950). In the early 1950s Stolle designed furniture for the distinguished department stores de Bijenkorf and Metz & Co, often in cooperation with Martin Visser. And in the 1950s and ‘60s he also designed various pieces of furniture for furniture factory ’t Spectrum

All original - There are a few bits of plywood missing from the corners of the underside as seen.

48cm (x3) x 41cm high
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