FM60 Armchair

designed by Radboud Van Beekum
SKU YV119

This chair was designed in attribution to Gerrit Rietveld. Radboud van Beekum only also wants to let people sit comfortably. Rietveld said: If you want to sit comfortably, you need to lie down

ABOUT

Radboud Van Beekum

Radboud Van Beekum studied architectural design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. After his studies he worked from his own design office in Amsterdam as a furniture maker and designed interiors and furniture for individuals, companies and institutions, including the Anne Frank House . During this period he also designed the well-known cube chair FM60, which was launched in 1981 in collaboration with the company Pastoe . A year earlier it had been awarded at the Triennale for furniture design in Poznan. Radboud van Beekum died on April 13, 2020 during a retreat in Zutphen.

Details

Creator

Radboud Van Beekum
Pastoe

Period

1980-1989

Condition

Good
Wear consistent with age and use

Design

FM60 armchair
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Materials

Lacquered wood
Lacquered iron

Dimensions

68x68x61

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