Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort armchair with high backrests, 1960s

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Rare version Artifort chairs with high backrests and oak wooden beams on the aluminum armrests.
Design by Geoffrey Harcourt, 1960s Netherlands.
All chairs are marked on the underside with Artifort and equipped with new tiltable chair leg caps with felt.
Production date February 5, 1974.

Armrest height: 66 cm

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* 6 pieces in stock

Geoffrey David Harcourt (1935) was educated at The Royal College of Art in London. In 1962 he designed his first series of small office armchairs for Artifort. With his contribution, Artifort gains access to the international market for project furnishing. Harcourt primarily designs seating furniture for reception areas. His second design for Artifort, the series 042 from 1963, is an immediate international success. His philosophy is that the chair should be oriented towards people and not the other way around. “First the person, then the chair.” Harcourt wins many awards and in 1978 is awarded the title “Royal Designer for Industry”.

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