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Wim Den Boon Furniture

Wim Den Boon was a Dutch designer, interior designer and architect. Boon was a dogmatic man who believed strongly in the transforming capacities of architecture and design. Boon was affected by the architecture of Le Corbusier, De Stijl and Rietveld. Boon studied at the Academy for Visual Arts in The Hague in 1941. In 1945, he founded Groep & together with Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykam, a group that manifested itself after the war with interiors and design, such as the furniture of the international departure hall of Schiphol in 1948. Den Boon was the editorial secretary of the magazine from 1948–50. Den Boon has written several articles for Goed Wonen, which was the most prominent magazine for interior design in the 1940s and 1950s. His articles are almost strictly educational. Boon's dogmatic character and the austere tone of his articles resulted in too much controversy, which forced him to resign from the magazine in 1950.

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Creator: Wim Den Boon
Wim Den Boon Dining Table in Mahogany and Black Lacquered Steel
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Wim den Boon, dining table, mahogany, lacquered steel, The Netherlands, designed in 1955 and manufactured in 1958. Exclusive dining table designed by Wim den Boon for a Dutch famil...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Steel

Wim den Boon Dining Table in Solid Mahogany and Metal
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Wim den Boon, dining table model ’01-69’, solid mahogany, lacquered metal, The Netherlands, design 1961 This utterly well-designed table is executed in a beautiful elongated hexagon...
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1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Metal

Wim Den Boon Set of Six Dining Chairs in Ash and Metal
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Wim den Boon, set of six dining chairs, ash, lacquered metal, The Netherlands, 1955. Exclusive set of six dining chairs designed by Wim den Boon for a Dutch family home, and therefore one of a kind. Each chair features a three legged geometric black lacquered frame and an elegant ash seat. Together, the six chairs can be aligned backwards in one circle and create an eccentric rounded seat. A true demonstration of Den Boon's pragmatism. The dynamic grain pattern of the ash frame matches...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Metal

Vintage wooden chair with rush seating Wim den Boom
By Wim Den Boon
Located in UTRECHT, NL
This wooden chair with rush seating is designed by Wim den Boon Tradition and modernism together. Probably designed for a modern church, the chair is beautiful on it’s own in an int...
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1960s Dutch Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Rush, Oak

Wim Den Boon Executive Chairs in Black Leather, 1950s
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Antwerp, BE
Black executive chair, Wim Den Boon, the Netherlands, the 1950s. Wim Den Boon formed 'Groep &' just after the liberation of The Netherlands in 1...
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Mid-Century Modern Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Wim den Boon, black one-off floorlamp icw Gispen, midcentury modern design 1950s
By Wim Den Boon
Located in AMSTERDAM, NL
This unique floorlamp is designed in 1958 by architect/designer Wim Den Boon for private Dutch client from Wassenaar. The lamp is a one of a kind as it is especially designed for thi...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Metal

Wim den Boon Square Wenge and Light Gray Enameled Metal Dining Table
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Simple, austere Wim den Boon square square dining table with wenge top and enameled metal legs. The wenge top is inset in the enameled steel leg frames. In good condition with visibl...
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1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Metal

Wim Den Boon Executive Chair in Black Leather and Rosewood
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Antwerp, BE
Black leather executive chair, Wim Den Boon, The Netherlands, 1950s.
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Mid-Century Modern Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Leather, Rosewood

Wim Den Boon Dutch Modernism Dining Chairs, 1950s
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Antwerp, BE
Wim Den Boon; Dutch Modernism; Dining chairs; Side chairs; Dutch design; Wim Den Boon was a Dutch designer, interior designer and architect. Boon w...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Wood

Dutch Modernist Chair by Wim Den Boon, 1947
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Antwerp, BE
Wim Den Boon ’s prototype chair for ‘Goed Wonen’ 1947. Important and Historical piece of Dutch modernist furniture Wim Den Boon formed 'Groep &' just after the liberation of The N...
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1940s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Rare Wicker Egg Shaped Armchair by Wim Den Boon, Holland, 1952
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Den Haag, NL
Rare wicker Egg shaped armchair by Wim Den Boon, Holland 1952 This armchair was designed by Wim Den Boon in 1952 and produced by the Jonkers brothers in ...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Wicker, Rattan

M2-44 modernist lounge chair by Wim den Boon Netherlands 1958
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Stavenisse, NL
Abstract designed Dutch modernist lounge chair by Wim den Boon Netherlands. This specific model, defined by the technical drawings as model M2-44 C.D (below on the drawings), is a ra...
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Mid-Century Modern Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Metal

Low rush stool by Wim den Boon, The Netherlands 1950s
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Antwerp, BE
Nice low rush stool by Wim den Boon, designed and manufactured in the Netherlands during the 1950s. This piece is made out off a solid beech wood...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Rush, Beech

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Set of 4 Leather Dining Chairs by Wim Den Boon, 1960s
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Dining table by Wim den Boon and W.J. Kok for Goed Wonen Netherlands 1950s
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Wim den Boon Beech and Rush Low Stool, The Netherlands 1950s
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This modernist design is made of solid beech and rush with an understated, organic look. This style of stool has been beloved for decades and many mid-century designers created their own iteration of it. While Wim den Boon’s present stool is often attributed to Charlotte Perriand, this model is the Dutch designer’s classic. Wim den Boon was a dogmatic man who believed strongly in the transforming capacities of architecture and design. He was affected by the architecture of Le Corbusier, De Stijl and Rietveld, which is visible in most of his designs, including this low stool. The beech structure is rather simple, featuring four massive legs connected by cross stretchers. The straight lines of the stretchers counterbalance the rounded legs and the raw surface of the rush. The seat has a hand-twisted natural rush seat. The weaving forms four distinct triangles in the seat pattern, with the points of the triangles meeting in the centre. Here, the corners are not wrapped, instead the legs’ top serves as corners accentuating their roundness. The beech has a beautiful patina that complements the rush’s organicity. Wim den Boon had most of his furniture manufactured by small furniture producers. He was an inspiring and radical designer who made no concessions and remained true to his architectural principles. After all these years, his designs are still topical and that is why we can speak of a strong example of timeless design. This stool is a great example of this, and is a classic and timeless interior item and will be a wonderful addition to every modern home. Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use. The stool has its original rush seat. Dimensions: 20.87 in W x 20.87 in D x 16.73 in H 40 cm W x 40 cm D x 28 cm H About the designer: Dutch architect Wim den Boon (1912-1968) was born in Waddinxveen, The Netherlands. He was an admirer of Gerrit Rietveld, De Stijl and the functional building of the Delft School. He was inspired by, among others; Alvar Aalto, Eero Saarinen and Le Corbusier. Wim den Boon formed together with Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleylamp the movement Groep & (1945-1950). They designed furniture, often "custom-made" and had it manufactured by small furniture producers. In 1948 Group & was responsible for the interior of the international departure hall of Schiphol Airport. Den Boon became editor of 'Goed Wonen' magazine in the late 1940s. He promoted functional design and criticized the traditional interior with all its conventions and prejudices. The best of art and technology had to go together to achieve a better society, following of Dutch arcitect H.P. Berlage’s. After his period at 'Goed Wonen', he founded the foundation 'Mens en Huis' together with Dora Mees and J.W. Jansen. Without commercial ulterior motives...
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Low Mid-Century Wabi sabi Rush Stool by Architect Wim Den Boon, 50s Netherlands
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Low Rush Stool by Wim Den Boon, 50s Netherlands
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Located in Landgraaf, NL
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Dutch Modernism Lounge Chairs by Wim Den Boon, Insp, by Rietveld, Le Corbusier
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Located in Antwerp, BE
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Modernist Beech Stool by Wim Den Boon, 1950s
By Wim Den Boon
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Stunning small modernist stool. Design by Wim Den Boom. Striking Dutch design from the 1950s. Solid beech with original rush seat. In good original condition with a beautiful pat...
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1950s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wim Den Boon Furniture

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Rush, Beech

Wim Den Boon furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Wim Den Boon furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Wim Den Boon furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Wim Den Boon were created in the mid-century modern style in netherlands during the mid-20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Abraham A. Patijn, Gouda Den Boer, and Rudolf Bernd Glatzel. Prices for Wim Den Boon furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,112 and can go as high as $6,950, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $3,215.

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