Compact, lightweight and remarkable from any angle.

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416 series collection
The 416 series is compromised of an armchair (F416), a 3-seater sofa (C416) and a 4-seater sofa (C416). The design is compact, lightweight and remarkable from any angle.

Seat height
Standard 43 cm.

Choose from several high-quality fabrics and leathers.
The back- and seat cushions have deep-padded buttoning.

Finishes base
- C416 Classic: The finish of the frame for the 416 series Classic is compromised of a careful balance between brushed stainless steel and black coated metal elements, with the addition of slats made from Santos rosewood.
- C416 Modern: The frame can now also be supplied as a fully coated metal frame in one of the Artifort powder coat colours, with the addition of slats made from oiled oakwood.

Design year 1960Design by Kho Liang Ie

Choose from textile or leather.

C416 Classic:
The metal base is finished in brushed stainless steel. The cross bars are coated in Artifort powder coat colour P03 (black).

Finishes wooden slats
Santos Pallisander (rosewood), finished in transparant lacquer.

C416 Modern:
The metal base and cross bars
metal base and cross bars finished in a standard Artifort powder coat colour. Optionally available in brushed stainless steel. The cross bars are coated in Artifort powder coat P03 (black)

Finishes wooden slats
Oak veneer, finished in transparent lacquer or in one of Artifort's oil colours.

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Designed by Kho Liang Ie

Kho Liang Ie was one of the most important influencers and protoganists of the Artifort DNA. Kho Liang Ie (1927 Magelang, Indonesia) came to the Netherlands around 1949, where he trained as an interior designer and designer at the Rietveld Academy. In 1958, he was appointed aesthetic consultant and designer at Artifort. His vision, international contacts and extensive knowledge of design turned Artifort's image to a world-class design brand. Artifort and Kho Liang Ie introduced distinctive designs and together ensured that the name Artifort became a huge success internationally, both with architects and lovers of design. He attracted foreign designers such as Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey D. Harcourt RDI, which has made his influence noticeable right up to the present day. As an interior designer, Kho Liang Ie made his name with his design for Schiphol Airport in the nineteen-sixties. Through those designs, his influence continues to this day. His work reflects purity, warmth and freedom.

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