Result Chair

for Ahrend, relaunched together with HAY


The Result Chair was originally designed by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld in the middle of the 20th century, while they worked at Ahrend. Produced predominately for schools in the 1960s and 1970s throughout the Netherlands, the Result Chair has a particularly strong relationship with Dutch residents as it was a daily part of their lives growing up. Combining functional excellence with aesthetic lightness and adaptability, the design is exceptionally sparing in the use of materials, is simple to construct and organic in its shape. They remain as relevant and useful today as the first day they came into being.

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The designer

Wim Rietveld & Friso Kramer

In 1958, Wim Rietveld and Friso Kramer started a fruitful collaboration at Ahrend de Cirkel. Together they produced a number of now-iconic designs, including the Result Chair (1958). In 2017, the Result chair will be relaunched by HAY and Ahrend.

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Dutch design icon

  • Design from 1958, officially relaunched in 2017
  • From innovative design to timeless design icon
  • Very usable because of the minimalistic design


Flexible, light and strong design

  • Innovative use of sheet steel
  • Easy to move through its light design
  • Unique because of its steady design

Authentic configurations and finishes

  • The frame is available in black or beige
  • The seat / handrail is available in five wood colors
  • A total of eight different combinations possible


Base options

  • Strong, flexible and light four-leg chair
  • Seat and back in high quality oak
  • Legs come with sliders


Technical details

  • Height 81 cm
  • Width 45.5 cm
  • Depth 48.5 cm
  • Seat height 46 cm


  • Eight different (seat / frame) options possible
  • Sublime match with the Pyramid collection of HAY and Ahrend
  • Order online in the Result Chair webshop

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