Early Hendrik Wouda Arm Chair The Hague School, The Netherlands 1910-1920. An important historical piece from one of the founders of the 'The Hague School'. Two experts indicated it is most probably a prototype of the chair shown in the book 'Hendrik Wouda, architect en meubelontwerper' by Monique Teunissen and Albert Veldhuisen.
Hendrik Wouda (1885-1946) started working as an architect in the office of H.P. Berlage and also worked for LOV Oosterbeek. He is most known for his work for H. Pander & Zonen as interior architect. In 1921 he was at an exposition with Rietval, Berlage and Spanjaard. After that he designed many houses and interiors.
The chair has been completely re-upholstered, including the inside. This has been done in the authentic way, using materials and techniques from the 1920s; using feathers, horsehair and coin. The fabric is 'wine red'; Zteddie Homeland - Chaina color 133.
It is in good working condition with some wear and tear due to its age. Over the years there have been some modifications made to the chair.
106 cm height x 60 cm width x 65 cm depth and seating height of 35 cm.
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