Some of the most influential and innovative ideas to arise from the Dutch Design Movement can be attributed to iconic manufacturer Pastoe. Since their humble beginnings in Utrecht in 1913, they’ve pioneered design throughout The Netherlands, staying ahead of the curve through constant innovation and an open mind.
Their motto, The Art of Storage, perfectly encapsulates their ethos; they believed – and still do – in making beautiful, functional storage to enrich the lives of the consumer.
‘Made to Measure’ Sideboard by Cees Braakman for Pastoe in Oak, 1960s, The Netherlands
A’dammer Sideboard by Aldo van den Nieuwelaar for Pastoe in Lacquered Steel, 1970s, The Netherlands
DU04 Japanese Series Sideboard by Cees Braakman for Pastoe in Teak, 1950s, The Netherlands
Model BE-03 Oak Series Bookcase by Cees Braakman for Pastoe, 1950s, The Netherlands
Round Dining Table for Pastoe with Chrome Pedestal Base and Painted Japanese Oak Top, 1960s, The Netherlands
Model FM60 Cubic Chair by Radboud van Beekum for Pastoe in Black Canvas and Grey Frame, 1980s, The Netherlands