Louis Van Teeffelen
Louis van Teeffelen
Vier mooie vintage "Hamar" stoelen ontworpen door Louis van Teeffelen voor Webe in de jaren 60.
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78 x 46 x 52 cm
Beautiful teak wooden "Hamar" dining chairs designed by Louis van Teeffelen and produced by furniture brand Wébé in 1950-1960.
In good vintage condition.
Some traces of use on the fabric.
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.