The City hall in The Hague, which was designed by Richard Meier, bears witness to a natural harmony between the exterior and interior. The sculptural geometry of the building with its subtle details appears again in the furniture collection CHTH (City Hall The Hague). The desk is manufactured with enclosed sides that give a feeling of total privacy. The panel and legs are made of steel and cover the mechanism that lifts the table. A manual, mechanical (by crank or gas lift) or electronic height adjustment is optional. The height of the sides can be the same as the height of the filing cabinet, therefore, painting a rigid picture. CHTH is especially suitable for meeting rooms and managers’ offices.
Design: Richard Meier (1995).
Cany classic by Finnish professor Simo Heikkilä. Heikkilä gave workshops at the University of Industrial Arts in Helsinki together with his friend Maarten Van Severen.
In the studio of his friend Maarten Van Severen saw Hans Lensvelt the Cane Divan for the first time. It was love at first sight. Lensvelt: “The combination of materials: rattan with an industrial green stainless steel frame, the total unique and elegant composition… This chaise longue is not new, but certainly one of the most beautiful and most comfortable chaise longues that I know….”
Dimensions: 50 x 145 x 70 cm
Design: Simo Heikkilä. (1983)
Beam Seat is a stackable couch which is suited to a range of settings: at home, in an office, in a school, in or waiting room.It is available in several color schemes, finishes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common: the distinct, austere design with its sophisticated lines. The Beam Seat can be stacked and transported in large quantities. It is the solution for every space which needs more seats in hurry.
Beam Seat is made up of several layers of wood which the top layer veneer, available in oak or walnut veneer. The inside is made in beech veneer.
Dimensions: 135 x 51 x 43 cm and 200 x 51 x 43 cm.
Design: Alain Berteau (2008).
CHTH Duo represents a workspace for two. The City hall in The Hague, which was designed by Richard Meier, bears witness to a natural harmony between the exterior and interior. The sculptural geometry of the building with its subtle details appears again in the furniture collection CHTH (City Hall The Hague). The desk is manufactured with enclosed sides that give a feeling of total privacy. The panel and legs are made of steel and cover the mechanism that lifts the table. A manual, mechanical (by crank or gas lift) or electronic height adjustment is optional. The height of the sides can be the same as the height of the filing cabinet, therefore, painting a rigid picture.
Design: Richard Meier (1995).
The side walls are made of steel and house the mechanism to adjust the height. A manual, mechanical or electrical adjustment are optional. integrated cable duct. Through the application of different sheet materials is CHTH ideal as meeting and boardroom furniture.
CHTH is made entirely of recyclable materials.
Design: Richard Meier (1995).
Basic table in aluminium, suitable for work or dining table up to 10 people. High grade aluminium construction, sanded with natural waxed finish.
Available in various sizes, rectangular or square.
Design: Maarten van Severen (1988).
Low chair in aluminum for indoor use or white coated for outdoor use. Material: curved, pearl blasted aluminum. White coated PU finish for outdoor use. Dimensions: 50 x 92 x 63 cm / 160 cm hight.
Design: Maarten van Severen (1993).
Foldable Desk combines two unique properties: height adjustability and a foldable mechanism. With these features the product anticipates the future in which offices will have to become more and more flexible. Modern offices or organisations work with project teams in which the composition is continuously changing, whereas at the same time, office work is being done more and more in situations that feel like being at home. Therefore, modern organisations want to have furniture with a number of possible functions. Foldable Desk meets these needs. It has a high tech, foldable base of which the height of the feet can be easily adjusted.
The austerely finished desktop is available in different measurements and finishes.
Designers: Paolo Rizzatto & Francisco Gomez Paz (2006).
The number one as concept: one material, one part, one production technique. Teun Fleskens wanted to add value to his aesthetics by creating a product that would also be comfortable for the maker: easy to produce, easy to package and easy to send. He has chosen the number one as underlying thought. The wooden shape that forms the basis of the Coat Stand can be milled in one movement, and can then in one movement be made into a coat stand.
Material: veneered beech plywood and RVS triangle.
Height: 170 cm.
Design: Teun Fleskens (2011).
The increasing importance of different kinds of meetings in company, is putting more and more demand on the quality of the furniture. Deejay is the answer for this. It is a precocious form of seating that exudes certain informality and provides the utmost in comfortable support. Deejay is made with a disc base for reception areas, waiting rooms and meeting rooms. The form is kept deliberately very simple, as leather is often the upholstery of choice, and this alone exudes quality. Deejay is also available with writing tablets attached. This is due to the demand for high quality products that are suitable for congresses, seminars and informing rooms. Dimensions 61 x 59 x 71 cm.
Design: Dirk van Berkel (2001).
7100 is like four-legged furniture program provides flexible and customized solutions to almost home color and shape accents. Tables of different sizes and shapes are the means by which the individual work gets its final form. 7100 is standard in height to obtain fixed height and optional adjustable or by crank adjustable. Meetings and consultations has been translated by 7100 in a serious and extensive furniture program. This includes a rich range of accessories to make a personal style can be created.
Design: Studio Lensvelt (2010).
Not a Big Thing has a very rigid and slim appearance. A desk top with moulded egdes with an optical thickness of just 3mm forms a frail unity with the rigid metal frame. The edge of the top is like a ‘floating stripe’ that is visible above the steel base. The frame and the top are available in black, light grey, white colour. The frame is also available in a RVS-look. NaBT is available in a variety of measurements and in the range are desks, duo-workstations, call centre units, meeting tables and furniture for large meetings.
Design: Dirk van Berkel (2000).
The Chairman was designed with the maxim: ‘making daily life greater’ in mind. Influential changes in society are often put into motion by CEOs of large companies. Chairman is the medium that is needed to be able to take part in this. Sit in the impressive Chairman and become a ‘super decision maker.’ Chairman is inviting, uplifting, inspiring, and changes the view of your surroundings. Feel great on this great chair. The chair is upholstery fabrics available and, therefore, can be made to suit everyone’s taste.
Design: Marijn van der Poll (2006).
The ‘Leidsche Rijn College’ (LRC), in the suburbs of the same name near Utrecht, was designed by Wiel Arets. The design of the façade is striking. This is characterised by alternating rectangular, grey-black concrete areas with rectangular windows, which have strong, light grey frames. The interior is neutral and predominantly white. Arets designed special furniture for the college, with a modest design, but an especially fine finish: the LRC Chair. This is produced from white plastic and is a lightweight. The new wooden model was based on this LRC Chair and it consists of a frame made out of bevelled, laminated wood with a layer of wood veneer. This chair is comfortable to sit on and is suitable for both the office and at home.
LRC Chair is a chair with striking lines, made with walnut or oak veneer. Dimensions 47 x 52 x 84 cm.
Design: Wiel Arets (2004).
This 100 PP Chair has a seat made of the thinnest material of extremely fine chrome wires. And a chassis This 100 PP chair has a super light weight due to the minimal use of material. The beveled seat is made of plastic.
Richard Hutten along with an ergonomist did extensive research into the optimum shape of the seat. The model has been tested many times. As a result, it has become a chair you can sit comfortably for hours. This 100 PP Chair is stackable. There is also a mobile trolley is available.
Dimensions 52 x 51 x 81 cm (height 45 cm).
Design: Richard Hutten (2006).
The AVL Glyder line is a complete family of products to live on and applicable in any space where people meet for work, relaxation, learning, or recreation.
The backrest of the different elements is a dynamic component that allows one to vary the atmosphere and comfort of the product. This part can be put in every preferred position by being moved back and forth: the “glyding” motion. An optional, moveable square pillow supports this concept.
Available in multiple colors, fabrics and leather.
Dimensions: 240 x 85 x 70 cm.
Design: Atelier van Lieshout (2009)
This 101 Upholstered Chair designed by Richard Hutten is a ultra-light chair with a upholstered seat, comfortable and stackable. The Seat is made of polypropylene (PP) upholstered in fabric. Available in various colors and fabrics. In rows is a clutch for the seats available.
Dimensions: 52 x 51 x 81 cm (Seat height 45 cm).
Design: Richard Hutten (2006).
The PH1 Barstool is a swivel bar stool with high comfort. Because of this unique combination is a very popular bar stool at top restaurants. The seat and back are covered with robust Tribe leather. The frame consists of a base and a steel column steel, powder coated with clear varnish or coating in white or black. The stool can also be supplied to order in fabric or leather.
Dimensions: 40 x 50 x 95 cm.
Design: Ronald Hooft (2007).
Low mobile table with storage in between surfaces. Access on every side through different openings, accentuating the craftsmanship of the product and the sense of detail. Material: solid and soaped oak.
Dimensions: 118 x 75 x 17,5 cm.
Design: Maarten van Severen (1992).