Pair of "SZ02" cognac leather armchairs by Martin Visser for Spectrum 80's

These “SZ02” armchairs designed by Martin Visser for Spectrum in the 1980s embody the timeless elegance and craftsmanship of that era. This pair of armchairs embodies the refinement of Dutch design and is distinguished by its exceptional quality and distinct aesthetic.

As first hand, these chairs have been cherished by a single owner since their origin, attesting to their importance and historical value. Their exceptional patina testifies to the meticulous care given to them throughout their existence, thus preserving their beauty and integrity over the decades.

The luxurious and timeless cognac leather , which adorns each piece, adds a touch of sophistication and warmth to any space. Despite more than 40 years of life, the leather remains remarkably strong, free of stains or tears, which testifies to its exceptional quality and durability.

This pair of armchairs embodies the harmony between elegant design and functionality, offering uncompromising comfort while adding a touch of style to any interior. Their clean silhouette and contemporary lines make them collector's items coveted by design lovers and connoisseurs around the world.

We prefer to sell this pair of armchairs together, because their symbiosis is a testament to their shared history and aesthetic heritage. This pair of "SZ02" armchairs by Martin Visser for Spectrum represents much more than just furniture; it embodies the very essence of timeless design and quality craftsmanship.

Material: metal & leather
Color: cognac

- Height: 70 cm
- Width: 61 cm
- Depth: 64 cm

Condition: this item is in perfect condition.

This article is too voluminous to be sent by a Relay Point or via the Standard Postal services.

We can deliver it to you via a private carrier in France or put you in touch with our list of partners around the world.

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Tax included.