Hartmut Lohmeyer Three-Seat Sofa in Teak and Rattan
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Hartmut Lohmeyer for Wilkhahn, sofa, fabric, teak and rattan, Germany, 1956
The sofa-bench is sensuous and organically shaped. It features a slightly tilted back and is executed with tapered legs. The softly bent armrests and open frame create a very calming, inviting space. The backrest of the settee is one of the main features of this lounge set by means of its woven rattan back.
Hartmut Loymeyer (1923-) was trained as an architect at the Technische Hochschule Karlsruhe. Here he studied under Egon Eiermann. And later became a furniture designer too. He developed furniture for the home in particular for Wilkhahn in the 1950s and 1960s.