Vintage "Euroika" teak daybed by Friso Kramer for Auping Holland, 1960

Netherlands
$2,750.89

About this vintage design furniture

Very nice teak daybed, fabricated in The Netherlands in the 60's. This daybed is from the Euroika series designed by Friso Kramer in 1963. The Euroika series offered a bed, bed cabinets, tables, chairs, mirrors and a toilet cabinet! This bed has a black painted steel frame with spring seat, teak plywood board ends and a good and firm mattress with a round head cushion. It even has a rare night stand! The mattress and the bolster is renewed with new foam and it has just been upholstered with lovely wool fabric. The designs of Friso Kramer are highly sought after. Even though his items were designed several years ago, they still fit in the daily interiors. Friso Kramer was a functionalist, all of his pieces are well thought about and amazingly executed. Even though most of his designs were produced in large numbers the process before that was really intense and time taking. There is are little missing chips of the veneer on the foot end as to be seen on the picture. This daybed is in good condition consistent with age and use. It is also possible to choose the color or fabric you want. We work with professional upholsterers and specialists. Please ask for the options. Reference : 310875

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Features

Length
197 cm
Height
57 cm
Depth
120 cm
Designer
Friso KRAMER
Condition
Good
Style
Mid Century
Period
1960s
Origin
Dutch
Colour
Brown
Secondary colour
Green
Main material
Teak
Other material
Fabric

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Netherlands
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Friso KRAMER

Friso Kramer is a leading Dutch designer of the 20th century. He is the son of architect Piet Kramer.
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