Richard Hutten No Sign Of Design Chair
Richard Hutten, one of the Netherlands’ most internationally successful designers, launched No Sign Of Design in 1989 as part of his graduation project at the Design Academy Eindhoven. The furniture series is an anti-design statement against Bořek Šípek’s neo-baroque style and other postmodernists who dominated Dutch furniture in the early nineties. With No Sign of Design Hutten radically returned to the essence of form, as Rietveld had done before. The production of these icons had been a wish of Hans Lensvelt’s for years because of the sober no-nonsense style. Since 2014, the No Sign Of Design series has been included in the collection.
Material clear lacquered beech.
Design: Richard Hutten 1989.