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Ate van Apeldoorn set chairs

Ate van Apeldoorn set lounge chairs, ‘Stokkenstoel’

Great robust and iconic set of the ‘Stokkenstoel’ by Ate van Apeldoorn. Solid pine, ash and saddle leather create a beautiful object, Ate van Apeldoorn designed the piece in 1958. The listed chair, which Van Apeldoorn called ‘stokkenstoel’ (stick chair), has an ingenious construction and a high degree of finishing. The production of these designs stopped in the 70s.

This Ate van Apeldoorn set of chairs have been made in our commission by van Hattem, the manufacturer of the original pieces. We have hand picked the high quality saddle leather that our upholster used to create the two slings for seating and back. The leather is treated with a special wax coating for the first spatters and use, as is the wood.

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Dimensions: W 80 x D 75 x H 82 cm
Seat height: H 34 cm
Quantity: 2
Condition: new

DUTCH / NEDERLANDS: Deze iconische ‘Stokkenstoel’ is ontworpen door meubelmaker Ate van Apeldoorn (1933-2020) in 1958.  Het massief vuren, essen en het dikke zadelleer, vormen samen een robust en opvallend gehaald. 

Van Apeldoorn richtte in 1958 zijn eigen productiebedrijf op genaamd ‘Houtwerk Hattem’. De productie van deze fauteuils stopte na enkele decennia in de jaren ’70. In een kleine oplage heeft Houtwerk Hattem op ons verzoek, de frames opnieuw gemaakt. Het dikke zadelleer is op maat gemaakt door onze stoffeerder en door ons behandeld met een hoogwaardige wax, bescherming voor het eerste gebruik.

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