The armchair and its history
In 1934/35 Max Stoelcker, the son of Otto Stoelcker (Otto Stoelcker was the then owner and founder of Holzindustrie Stoelcker with two factories in Ettenheim and in Frankenberg in Hesse, began to think about how to improve the manufacturing process of chairs at that time.
Max Stoelcker pursued the idea of reducing the component and concentrating on the feet, seat and armrests, while eliminating the connecting elements between them. What emerged was the design that is still in force today and armchair, also known today as the Stoelcker Chair 3579.
The one-piece curved backrest lends this unpretentious armchair its inviting form and ensures comfort even when spending a prolonged time in the seat.
Originally designed in the 30's, it's simple but perfectly formed and has today been restored to it's original form.