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Louis Van Teeffelen 


Louis van Teeffelen
|  Wébé

The Netherlands

Mid-Century pair of Dutch Design teak with black / gray fabric designed by Louis van Teeffelen for Wébé, 1960s. 

Set elegante lounge chairs in massieve teak en zitting in een zwart / grijze bekleding. (afwasbaar)

Alles in een zeer mooie vintage staat 

Did you know?

Aloysius (Louis) Allegonda van Teeffelen (1921-1972) was a Dutch industrial designer credited with contributing to the midcentury modern design movement in the Netherlands, and is most well-known for his work with the Dutch furniture manufacturer WéBé.

Dutch furniture manufacturer WéBé was founded in 1938 in Benden-Leeuwen (near Tiel). Originally called Walraven and Bevers after its two founders, the company’s name was later shortened to the abbreviated WéBé.

The company had a slow start, but in the 1950s and ’60s it gained major recognition and expanded to become one of the largest furniture producers in the Netherlands. This success had a lot to do with Dutch designer Louis van Teeffelen.

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