Mart Stam


Mart Stam was an influential Dutch architect who worked with many of the great figures of early 20th Century architecture. In furniture design, he is widely credited with creating the first cantilever chair in metal tubing. His 1924 prototype was made from straight tube sections connected by metal elbows, but his S33 Chair exhibited in 1927 appeared as single-piece construction without visible joints.

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