Dutch furniture company Pastoe is now over 104 years old. In that time they have built up a reputation for creating timeless, meticulously crafted pieces with a minimalist aesthetic.
Assembly and production still take place at their Utrecht factory, where over the years the in-house team have worked alongside a coterie of renowned designers. In particular, the hugely influential mid-century modern designer Cees Braakman on designs such as the Dutch modernist classic, the SM05 Chair.
Pastoe is perhaps best known for its minimalist storage ranges. Their potential for almost limitless compositions means each piece is truly a collaboration between you and Pastoe, every Noon sideboard or Vision cabinet will last a lifetime, to be upgraded and restored when you decide to.
Functional and strong but with an inherent transparency, the KM05 Low Wire Stool from Pastoe is a mid-century piece with a timeless expression
The Landscape Sideboard by Pastoe is made and hand finished by skilled craftsman in Utrecht. This is version is the the first configuration styled by their Creative Director Joost.
The Landscape Sideboard by Pastoe is made and hand finished by skilled craftsman in Utrecht. This configuration is part of the Joost Selection. A series created by Pastoe's Head of Design Joost to display the functionality and beauty of their products.
One of the bestselling Dutch designs of all time, the A'Dammer cabinet offers distinctive roll top storage with an adaptable expression
Concealed within the sleek exterior of the new L-Series Cabinet is ample storage in striking colour combinations, specially selected by Joost van der Vecht of Pastoe
Together with A. Dekker, Cees Braakman designed the FM06 lounge chair in 1958 as part of a family of seating elements made of slender steel wire