John Lubberts & Lambert Mulder for Tomlinson Pair of Chairs in Walnut


John Lubberts & Lambert Mulder for Tomlinson, pair of easy chairs, model '650', walnut, cane, fabric, United States, 1950s

This pair of American easy chairs are designed by the duo John Lubberts & Lambert Mulder for Tomlinson in the 1950s. The chairs serve as a testament to the designers' superb discernment in creating aesthetically pleasing forms and harmonic compositions. The design seamlessly merges artistic sensibility with functional purpose. The backrest with its subtle curves, showcases a remarkable interplay of materials, with one portion featuring meticulous craftsmanship in cane weaving. The rear legs, gracefully tapered, contribute to the chairs' overall elegance. The wide seat upholstered in a green fabric beautifully complements the employed natural materials, lending it an organic allure.

American furniture designers John Lubberts and Lambert Mulder formed a prolific partnership shortly after the conclusion of World War Two. The duo collaborated with various furniture manufacturers. A selection of their iconic designs was produced by Tomlinson Companies which is also known for the production of several celebrated furniture pieces such as Vladimir Kagan's 'Cloud' sofa. Lubberts and Mulder have garnered acclaim for their impeccable craftsmanship and dedication to the traditional midcentury style, producing furniture designs of exceptional quality.

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Product Details

  • condition Good
  • creator John Lubberts and Lambert Mulder (Designer) Tomlinson (Manufacturer)
  • date of manufacture 1950s
  • dimensions Height 28.35 in. Width 27.17 in. Depth 24.41 in. Seat Height 15.36 in.
  • dimensions Height 72 cm Width 69 cm Depth 62 cm Seat Height 39 cm
  • material Cane Fabric Walnut
  • origin United States
  • period 1950-1959
  • style Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • barcode 50113439