Dutch company Spectrum, as it is known today, looks back onto a moving company history of closings and reopenings since its foundation in 1941.
However, several directing aims were always distinctively recognisable: functional designs, furniture without ornamentation whose beauty was guided by thought-out and balanced forms and proportions. Moreover, the usage of high-quality materials and the desire of great shaping was characterising for catering to a large market.
In addition to the modern creations such as the Paperback Shelving System by design team Studio Parade, today’s Spectrum collection includes additional classics. The seating furniture by Martin Visser doubtlessly counts to the classics, including the sofa bed BR 02 that he designed in the 1950s.
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