SE 69 dining chair

Martin Visser   |  1959

60 years after its introduction, the SE 69 dining chair has once again become part of the Spectrum collection. This iconic classic, with its timeless design and excellent comfort, was designed by Martin Visser in 1959.

Spectrum collection photo of the SE 69 dining chair from 1959

In the 1950s, a period of post-war reconstruction, there was a strong need for modern, high-quality furniture produced close to home. This was the key to the success of the SE 69 dining chair. The reintroduction of this dining chair underlines that these are still characteristic values in the Spectrum collection today.

The SE 69 can be upholstered in many different fabrics and leathers. The chair has a square tubular frame, powder coated in black. The armrests are available in solid oak (natural, brown or black) and solid American walnut.

Product specifications


Martin Visser




59 x 58 x 78 cm (WxDxH) / Arm height 68 cm / Seat height 49 cm


Powdercoated in black

Arm rests

Solid oak natural, brown or dark stained / Solid American walnut


Various fabrics and leather possible