Actually Martinus Adrianus Stam (born August 5, 1899 in Purmerend, in Netherlands, † February 23, 1986 in Goldbach, Switzerland) was a Dutch architect and designer. In 1926 he invented and designed the first cantilever chair, which Marcel Breuer finally developed further. He also was rector of the Academy of Arts and the College of craftsmanship, in 1935 he became director of the Institute for Arts and Crafts in Amsterdam. Mart Stam created in 1926 the following milestone:S 34 and S 33 cantilever chairs.
S33 cantilever was designed in 1926 by Bauhaus designer Mart Stam. This new chair is the first cantilever of its time. It has become a building block in the Bauhaus history of modern furniture design through its design principle. These swing S33 and S34 are suitable for residential-, meetings- and conferenc- areas.
S34 cantilever by designer Mart Stam 1926. This new type of chair is one of the first cantilever chairs, which bacame through its design principle an important building block in the history of modern Bauhaus furniture. This classic design is very popular in conference, meeting, and also residential areas.