Furniture for generations
Gelderland; whole generations have grown up with this brand, which represents an attractive portrayal of Dutch design history. It all started in 1935 with the production of strong seats made of cherry wood from the Betuw orchards. The fifties saw the characteristic swing to modern and functional Danish design. While the preference in the seventies was for ‘progressive’, angular cube forms, the lines became more elegant and the finishing more refined in the aesthetic eighties. Then after a brief flirt with more baroque styles in the nineties, under the influence of the metropolitan lounges and the interest in vintage design, the furniture became more austere and tight-lined again in the last decade.