Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958

Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958Friso Kramer Result chairs wood for Ahrend de Cirkel 1958
Height: 80/47 cm
Width: 45 cm
Depth: 50 cm
Price:  SOLD
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Nice and rare set of 6 early Result chairs with birch plywood seats and backs. Designed for Ahrend de Cirkel in 1958. The Result chair was a collaboration between Wim Rietveld who has just switched from Gispen to the competitive company Ahrend and Friso Kramer who invited Wim Rietveld to come work at Ahrend de Cirkel. The influences of both Kramer and Rietveld are strongly visible in this chair that was originally designed as a school chair to compete with the tubular chairs from that time that were more expensive to make.

The great advantage of this chair was that the frame was designed in a way that if it fell on the floor, the base would take the fall and not the back so it wouldn’t damage. This was of course one of the problems in a school, the chair had to be strong. Another thing is that students love to wiggle on these chairs and therefore the frame is a little bit bendable but still very stable, meaning when you would put the chair on an uneven floor, all of its 4 leggs would still be on the floor. This chair is quite a masterpiece if you know the thoughts behind the design of this chair. Because of this it got a Signe d’Or in 1960.

These chairs are quite uncommon as they have nice colored frames, in black, grey and red. Very nice in contrast with the birch plywood seats and backs. These Result chairs are from the very first production where the seats still had an organic shape where later they were more flat. They are in very nice condition with minimal wear due to age and usage but have a lovely patina to the frames.

The designs of Friso Kramer are highly sought after because of their progressive designs. Even though this chair was designed in 1953, this is still in production at Ahrend. With few modern changes to the materials but the shape is still identical. Friso Kramer was a functionalist, all of his pieces are well thought about and amazingly executed. Even though most of his designs were produced in large numbers the process before that was really intense and time taking. And the result of that was a great production process with fantastic ergonomic result.

We are specialized in the industrial designs by Friso Kramer and we have built a large collection of Friso Kramer furniture. If there is anything you are interested in please contact us with your request.

Friso Kramer

Amsterdam 1922 -
Industrial designer

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