André Robert Cordemeyer was the first Dutch designer to industrially produce plastic furniture.
As a prolific designer, he designed several pieces of furniture dedicated to home office during the 1950s and the 1960s: the Q2 chair, the 2712 desk chair, Storage System Cabinet "Serie 5600"... Simple, practical and functional, his creations quickly met with success! Biography Cordemeyer was born in Holland in 1924. He started his career as an engineer within a chimney factory, after he studied at the Technical College in Amsterdam. He started his career as a designer for the famous manufacturer Gispen in 1954. With his colleague, the designer Wim Rietveld, Cordemeyer created several functional furniture lines. He is the man who convinced Gispen to introduce polypropylene into its industrial production in 1956. It was a real success! Cordemeyer is one of the great visionnary designers from the 20th Century.
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