Six Arts & Crafts Teak Dining Room Chairs by Architect A.J. Kropholler, 1900s

Six Arts & Crafts Teak Dining Room Chairs by Architect A.J. Kropholler, 1900s

 

 

Magnificent and ultra rare pair of six Arts & Crafts Art Nouveau dining room chairs. Design by Alexander J. Kropholler. Striking Dutch design from the 1900s. Solid teak frames in the Traditionalist Style. In very good condition with a beautiful patina. Architect Alexander Jacobus Kropholler (1881-1973) worked together with Hendrik Paulus Berlage (1856-!934) on the Beurs of Berlage (1898-1903) in Amsterdam. Kropholler was one of the first architects in the Traditionalist Style in the Netherlands. He has designed Churches, Convents and City Halls but also offices and houses. His designs for furniture are in the Medieval-Traditionalist Style. Constructive connection points and hinges are used as decoration in his designs for furniture. His last large work was the design of the van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven in 1936.

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Dimensions (HxWxD)

93.5 cm x 46.5 cm x 55 cm
seat height: 47 cm

designer

A.J. Kropholler

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