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
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The use of steel wire gives the chair a light and airy look, providing a compelling contrast to its upholstery components. The standard model of the chair has an upholstered seat, while the back cushion is optional.
In addition to the FM06 lounge chair with walnut or oak armrests, the chair is also available as a side chair in the FM05. Both are available in black or white powder coated steel wire.
The FM06 is listed here with a black frame, walnut armrests and seat and back cushions in a choice of three fabrics; Camira Advantage in grey or black, or in Kvadrat Divina MD 843 (Petrol blue).
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. ..
Functional and strong but with an inherent transparency, the KM05 Low Wire Stool from Pastoe is a mid-century piece with a timeless expression