Description from La Galerie Végétale
GRAND BLANC IN OTTOMAN AND RESIN DATU 100% RECYCLABLE
Peter Kok, founder, originally from north of the Netherlands, moved to France in the 20s, the family tradition of making cane chairs goes back two generations. Despite several fires and the ravages of WW2, Peter Kok persevered and made “‹”‹the company prosper.
In the seventies, Annie Krol, daughter of Pierre and Gerard Kok her husband continue the adventure and successfully launch a collection of colored cane seats. They weave over time of strong relational ties with Asia, which became their main production site.
Since 2004, Tina LEDI, daughter of Peter Kok and her husband Eric are working to develop the business and brand in Europe, ensuring respect for the environment over successive stages of production and working around two axes: the material and creation. The rattan cane is a wild, non-renewable terms, they seek to work more and more renewable plant materials and recycled like crocodile or the datu. Meanwhile, they develop a high density resin 100% recyclable. Finally, they are moving especially with D-sign by O to the creation.
Prices range from 80.00€ to 145.00€