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W.H. Gispen 103 Chair

Upholstered - Bordeaux red
540,00 245,00 Excluded VAT
2 in stock

This is an outlet product. Instead of throwing these products away, we give them a second life. Enjoy outlet products at a fun and attractive price. The 103 Chair designed by W.H. Gispen (1890-1981).

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Article number 20220211-010
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Fabric:Bordeaux red
Frame:Black
Condition:Show model
Regular price:€ 540,- excl. VAT.
The Story

W.H. Gispen Chairs have sleek lines, modern curves and a light steel frame. All chairs are sophisticated, comfortable and timeless design pieces. The Gispen collection is produced in the Netherlands using modern techniques, but retaining original design. They can be used in office, at a dining table or simply as a statement design piece. Slight differentiations in this collection adhere to the backrest, use of armrests and various colors of upholstery.

Willem Hendrik Gispen and his cousin Ru Meijer co-founded the furniture wholesale company Kembo in 1953. Lensvelt invested and bought Kembo in 2014. Now the company has re-announced seven classics from W.H. Gispen to be included in the standard collection by the name "W.H. Gispen from Kembo by Lensvelt… with love ".

The collection entails five chairs and two armchairs designed by Willem Hendrik Gispen (1890-1981), that were part of Kembo's previous collection. The seven models date back from the 1950s. Hans Lensvelt calls them “Evergreens”. Lensvelt proclaims “the aesthetic quality of these chairs are exceptional. Having said that, the designs also fit flawlessly in today's interiors. ”

Currently, there are 130 of the W.H Gispen 301 & 302 chairs in the reception area of ​​the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. These chairs are not bought by the Stedelijk but rented through Lensvelt’s sustainable initiative of the circular pool.

W.H. Gispen

W.H. Gispen was a Dutch industrial designer, best known for his Giso lamps (1929) and serially produced functionalist steel-tube furniture. Gispen has an impressive past when it comes to products that have taken a special place in the world of design, innovation, inspiration and sustainability. 

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