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Utrecht

Design Gerrit Thomas Rietveld

AN ICON OF NEOPLASTICISM

Combining experimentation and comfort, Gerrit Thomas Rietveld signs this renowned design armchair in 1935 for the Metz & Co department store in Amsterdam.

The juxtaposition of right angles ‒ backrest and seat that meet at the floor and armrests that morph into support pieces ‒ are hallmark features of the Utrecht armchair, which became a symbol of the Neoplastic movement.

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Coating

In addition to the Utrecht armchair, the family also includes a curved three-seat sofa and two-seat sofa, all with weight-bearing structure made of steel and featuring a zig-zag or blanket-stitch upholstery detail.

Padding

Polyurethane foam and polyester batting.

Structure

Loadbearing seat and backrest frame in tubular steel with elastic webbing.

Stitching

Blanket stitch or zig zag.