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Creator: Bas Van Pelt
Set of Four Art Deco Bentwood Lounge Chairs by Bas Van Pelt Netherlands
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Vienna, AT
Bas Van Pelt, a set of four Art Deco / early mid-century easy chairs, rosewood color stained oak frame with new upholstery, manufactured in the Netherla...
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1940s Dutch Art Deco Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Fabric, Oak, Bentwood

Set of two vintage papercord design armchairs by Bas van Pelt
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Harderwijk, NL
These vintage design armchairs are designed by Bas van Pelt. They are upholstered with papercord and feature a very beautiful stylistic design. The chairs are very comfortable and ca...
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20th Century Dutch Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Chrome

Bas Van Pelt Tubular Cantilevered Lounge Chair with Red Sisal Seating
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Bas van Pelt for EMS, armchair, metal, sisal, wood, The Netherlands, 1930s. This original comfortable chair is designed by the Dutch interior and furniture designer Bas van Pelt (1900-1945) and was manufactured by E.M.S. Overschie. The construction of this particular chair is made of a cantilevered tubular metal frame, giving it a sleek appearance. But then the seat- and backrest have a warm appearance due to the coarsely woven red fabric ‘sisal’, combined with black lacquered wooden armrests, together resulting in an exciting combination. The design shows traits of the aesthetics by Bauhaus. Bastiaan Johannes van Pelt (1900-1945) was a Dutch furniture designer and interior designer. As son of a book printer, he spend his time after school working in several printing companies in Holland. At that time he already engaged in topics like designing furniture, interiors, carpets and fabrics, graphic work and pottery. In 1927, he quit his old job and started to work at a furniture factory owned by his father-in-law J.C. Jansen in Overschie. Together with his brother-in-law, Jan Jansen...
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1930s Dutch Bauhaus Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Metal, Chrome

Bas Van Pelt Patinated Tubular Armchair in Metal and Sisal
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Bas van Pelt, armchair, metal, sisal, The Netherlands, 1930s. This original comfortable chair is designed by the Dutch interior and furniture designer Bas van Pelt (1900-1945) and was manufactured by E.M.S. Overschie. The construction of this particular chair is made of chromed tubular metal frames, giving it a sleek appearance. But then the seat and armrests have a warm appearance due to the coarsely woven fabric ‘sisal’. The design shows traits of the aesthetics by Bauhaus. The seat has discoloration and the metal shows signs of use, which contribute to the authentic look. Bastiaan Johannes van Pelt (1900-1945) was a Dutch furniture designer and interior designer. As son of a book printer, he spend his time after school working in several printing companies in Holland. At that time he already engaged in topics like designing furniture, interiors, carpets and fabrics, graphic work and pottery. In 1927, he quit his old job and started to work at a furniture factory owned by his father-in-law J.C. Jansen in Overschie. Together with his brother-in-law, Jan Jansen...
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1930s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Metal

Bas van Pelt Pair of Patinated Tubular Armchairs in Sisal
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Bas van Pelt for E.M.S. Overschie, pair of armchairs, chrome-plated steel, sisal, lacquered wood, The Netherlands, 1930s. These original comfortable chairs are made by the Dutch interior and furniture designer Bas van Pelt (1900-1945) and were manufactured by E.M.S. Overschie. The construction of this particular chair is made of chromed tubular metal frames, giving it a sleek appearance. But then the seat- and backrest have a warm appearance due to the coarsely woven fabric ‘sisal’, combined with wooden armrests, together resulting in an exciting combination. The design shows traits of the aesthetics by Bauhaus. This seat is in original condition and shows signs of beautiful patina on the metal frame. The lacquer on the wood is slightly worn out and the fabric has some discoloration because of wear and use which contributes to the authentic look. During the first half of the 1930s, Van Pelt created a number of designs for tubular steel furniture, which were manufactured by the company D3 and E.M.S. Overschie. At that time, especially furniture designers with a functionalist mindset, were interested in the applications of tubular steel on furniture. Bastiaan Johannes van Pelt (1900-1945) was a Dutch furniture designer and interior designer. As son of a book printer, he spend his time after school working in several printing companies in Holland. At that time he already engaged in topics like designing furniture, interiors, carpets and fabrics, graphic work and pottery. In 1927, he quit his old job and started to work at a furniture factory owned by his father-in-law J.C. Jansen in Overschie. Together with his brother-in-law, Jan Jansen...
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1930s Dutch Bauhaus Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Steel, Chrome

Bas Van Pelt Tubular Armchair in Original Grey Sisal
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Bas Van Pelt for EMS/My Home, armchair, tubular metal and sisal armchair, the Netherlands, 1920s. This classic armchair is designed by Bas Van Pelt and is executed with a sisal back...
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1920s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Metal

Bas Van Pelt Early Tubular Steel Chair with Blue Grey Sisal Seating
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Bas Van Pelt for EMS, armchair, steel, sisal, The Netherlands, 1930s This original comfortable chair is designed by the Dutch interior and furniture designer Bas van Pelt (1900-1945...
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1930s Dutch Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Steel

Bas Van Pelt Tubular Cantilever Lounge Chair with Red Sisal Seating
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Bas van Pelt for EMS, armchair, chrome-plated metal, sisal, wood, The Netherlands, 1930s. This original comfortable chair is designed by the Dutch interior and furniture designer Bas van Pelt (1900-1945) and was manufactured by E.M.S. Overschie. The construction of this particular chair is made of a cantilevered tubular metal frame, giving it a sleek appearance. But then the seat- and backrest have a warm appearance due to the coarsely woven red fabric ‘sisal’, combined with black lacquered wooden armrests, together resulting in an exciting combination. The design shows traits of the aesthetics by Bauhaus. Bastiaan Johannes van Pelt (1900-1945) was a Dutch furniture designer and interior designer. As son of a book printer, he spend his time after school working in several printing companies in Holland. At that time he already engaged in topics like designing furniture, interiors, carpets and fabrics, graphic work and pottery. In 1927, he quit his old job and started to work at a furniture factory owned by his father-in-law J.C. Jansen in Overschie. Together with his brother-in-law, Jan Jansen...
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1930s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Metal, Chrome

1935, Bas Van Pelt Rope Slung Rare High Back Comfortable Armchair
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Amsterdam IJMuiden, NL
This chair is part of the private collection of Casey Godrie and is situated in his private house. Ask him for competitive shipping quotes. His incredible Dune Villa, Amsterdam Beac...
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Early 20th Century Dutch Scandinavian Modern Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Raffia, Oak

Upholstered Armchair by Bas Van Pelt for My Home, The Netherlands 1940s
By Bas Van Pelt
Located in Utrecht, NL
This elegant armchair by Dutch designer, Bas Van Pelt is a classically luxe model with a level of craftsmanship that’s immediately visible to any eye. The construction of this rare 1940s design is simple at its core, but thanks to the details, it is a unique representation of early Dutch modernism. While Bas Van Pelt's creative work was primarily influenced by the 1920s straight lines dominated by The Hague School, this armchair is the result of his more mature design era, which was primarily dominated by natural materials and more curvature. While made of solid wood, this armchair has an open feel to it thanks to the airy arrangement of the arms and legs. The curved lines of the armrests are beautifully crafted and follow the raised seat’s angle. The curves nicely contrast with the straight lines of the frame, keeping it from appearing too strict. Apart from the expert woodwork, the upholstered seat and back stand out as well. The light bouclé fabric is tightly fitted around the frame, and the seat’s thick shape is an especially pleasing element that offers plenty of comfort both figuratively and literally. The overreaching backs further enhance the back’s widening shape and thus allow the individual loops of the yarn to stand out. The block legs blend seamlessly into the back and form a gentle angle. Thanks to the well-chosen proportions and the luxurious upholstery, this armchair provides great comfort. This model can be easily used as an accent chair thanks to its characteristic details, but can also complement a wide variety of interior styles with it refined and elegant style. Bas van Pelt’s progressive designs were, in many ways, ahead of his era. The Dordrecht-born designer’s furniture models are quite rare, a few are preserved in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam for modern art, contemporary art, and design. Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use. The chair has been reupholstered recently in a premium bouclé fabric. Each of our items can be re-upholstered by our in-house atelier in a fabric of choice. Please reach out for more information. Dimensions: 24.6 in W x 24.4 in D x 37 in H; Seat height 15.35 in; Arm height 23.22 in 62.5 cm W x 62 cm D x 94 cm H; Seat height 39 cm; Arm height 59 cm About the Designer: Bas Van Pelt (1900 Dordrecht (NL) - 1945 Sandbostel (DE) was a well-known Dutch interior and furniture designer, known for the clarity and quality of his designs. His works created in the 1930s and 1940s are regarded for their progressive design and quality. While he is most well-known for his chair designs, van Pelt was also active as an interior designer. He also designed fabrics for window coverings...
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1940s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Bas Van Pelt Armchairs

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Wood, Bouclé

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Bas Van Pelt armchairs for sale on 1stDibs.

Bas Van Pelt armchairs are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Bas Van Pelt armchairs, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original armchairs by Bas Van Pelt were created in the mid-century modern style in netherlands during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider armchairs by Friso Kramer, André R. Cordemeyer, and Ahrend de Cirkel. Prices for Bas Van Pelt armchairs can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $3,674 and can go as high as $14,979, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $4,950.

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