Postmodern Harvink chairs, model Zeta designed by Martin Haksteen in the 1980s

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Postmodern Harvink chairs, model Zeta designed by Martin Haksteen in the 80s. Playful, postmodern design with three black metal legs, a round, black wooden seat and a small curved, wooden backrest in the same color as the seat. The design echoes lines from the Art Deco movement through the geometric proportions and the lines of the legs. No matter which angle you look at these playful chairs, they are always different. Playful, light, elegant.

Harvink is a Dutch furniture manufacturer founded in 1947. In the 80s, Harvink was praised in the Netherlands for its innovative designs and collaborations with young designers. In line with the zeitgeist of the 80s, in which postmodern influences and experimental designs predominated, Harvink launched furniture pieces that often played with shapes, colors and materials. Like these Zeta dining room chairs by Martin Haksteen.

45 x 52 x 75 cm (lxdxh)
Seating height: 46 cm

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