Art Deco furniture
by Hendrik Wouda for Pander & Sons
The Hague 1924

The Dutch architect and furniture designer Wouda (1885-1946) started working at the firm H. Pander & Sons. in The Hague. He is one of the most characteristic designers of the Dutch Interbellum because of his futuristic and creative ideas in design.
In 1924 he designed the furniture which has been exhibited in a middle-class urban house called the “Papaverhof” designed by the architect Jan Wils (1891 – 1972). The furniture is made with the capacity for industrial production.
A sitting room set is present in the collection of Gemeentemusem The Hague. The set consist of one pair of armchairs, an armchair, a square table, two chairs and footrest.

seven-piece furniture set
Art Deco, Hendrik Wouda (1885-1946)
The Hague 1924
Pander & Sons

(Items are also available separately)
Art Deco furniture<br>
by Hendrik Wouda for Pander & Sons<br>
The Hague 1924