Hein & Mathsson Superellipse Conference Table and 18 van Severen Leather Chairs

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Fabiaan Van Severen chairs in patinated black leather

Fabiaan Van Severen, chairs, 18 patinated black leather, tubular steel, lace, Belgium, 1997

Distinct chair by Belgium designer Fabiaan Van Severen. In 1997 van Severen created the chair that features a patinated leather seat and backrest which is adjusted between the steel frame and hold together by laces in the back. The tubular legs are crossing each other on the height of the backrest.

Please note that we have a large amount of these chairs in our collection.

Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson 'Superellipse' Conference Table

Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson, 'Superellipse' conference table, wood, metal, Denmark, 1968

Super-Ellipse conference table with white tabletop and aluminum legs. It was designed by Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson. Hein came up with the super ellipse form when he was designing a city square in Stockholm. He wanted to create a form in which traffic could flow as freely as possible. The super ellipse became the perfect compromise between a circle and a rectangle. The span legs are also a collaboration between Hein and Mathsson. They began this design for this table in 1954.

Bruno Mathsson (1907-1988) started out as an apprentice cabinet maker in his father practice. In the beginning of the thirties, Mathsson started to experiment with the bending of wood. His early designs are organic, curvaceous and made from natural materials. His style was prior to the Scandinavian midcentury style. Piet Hein (1905-1996) was city planner and designer. He was known as a Danish all-rounder.

Product details

  • Condition Good
  • Creator Piet Hein (Designer) Bruno Mathsson (Designer) Fabiaan Van Severen (Designer)
  • Date of Manufacture 1968
  • Dimensions Height 27.76 in. Width 219.69 in. Depth 55.12 in.
  • Dimensions Height 70.5 cm Width 558 cm Depth 140 cm
  • Materials and Techniques Leather Metal Wood
  • Period Mid-20th Century
  • Place of Origin Europe
  • Style Scandinavian Modern (Of the Period)