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1952 Dining Chairs by Elli Kruithof & Raymond Goovaerts

Exclusive set of chairs designed by Elli Kruithof & Raymond Goovaerts around 1951. They were design partners and beside that husband and wife. Raymond and Elli could be seen as “the modernist designer couple” or the Ray and Charles Eames from Flanders at that time. They had a wide range of activities starting from architecture and graphic design towards interior decoration and applied arts like furniture and lighting. These chairs were designed in 1951 and came in a black painted version on the “Flandria 16” ship or better known as “La Pérousse” in 1953. This ship’s main function was a high end restaurant with a very modern interior designed by Raymond

Additional information

Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 44 × 55 × 74 cm