by Jan te Lintelo

Madison Square Park: a true urban park, overlooked by the iconic Flatiron Building. This is where the ‘Mad Men’ from the ad agencies on Madison Avenue come for a breather, along with the ladies-who-lunch, resting their feet after a shopping trip on ultra-chic Fifth Avenue. If ever there was a place where ‘cosmopolitan’ and ‘relaxing’ meet, surely, this green slice of New York is it. And when Jan te Lintelo designed his versatile, modular ‘Madison’ range, in 2018, he opted for that same, perfect combination. 

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Webbed wooden frame with polyurethane foam, wrapped in hypoallergenic polyester fibre, 100% cotton lining.
Coupling system
The elements in any configuration are joined together by a steel coupling system.
Polyurethane support legs under seating area. Solid walnut or stained wooden legs under armrests.
Seat cushions
Polyurethane foam core in varying densities for optimum support and comfort, wrapped in a 100% cotton duvet filled with hypoallergenic polyester fibre.
Back cushions
Polyurethane foam core, wrapped in a 100% cotton duvet filled hypoallergenic polyester fibre.
Composition of fabrics depends on the customer’s choice of upholstery. Leathers are either aniline or pigmented/ sealed.
Specifications table
Base: steel - Top: Marble
Hand made in Italy


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Available in solid walnut or black stained wood.
For the optimum in individual design, the fabric or leather upholstery of various elements and cushions can be either quilted (upon request) or smooth. Fabric: removable cushion covers, removable body cover, available in all fabrics from the LINTELOO collection. Leather: removable cushion covers, fixed body cover, available in all leathers from the LINTELOO collection. Customers can opt to supply their own choice of upholstery fabric/leather. Please note: Leather upholstery requires more (visible) seams than fabric upholstery. A quilted body cover is not removable but fixed, and quilted scatter cushions are nonreversible
Special features
Full set of fabric replacement covers available at 50% of the current purchase price. Leather replacement covers on request.
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Jan te Lintelo

Jan te Lintelo was born on January 6th 1954 into a family of furniture retailers in Haaksbergen in the eastern part of The Netherlands. Growing up Jan was surrounded by the beautiful furniture from his parents shop, this meant he gained an understanding on the skills and great craftsmanship ofartisans and architects from an early age.

Jan studied furniture manufacturing at the HMC in Rotterdam specialising in craftsmanship and creativity but also the entrepreneurship of the trade and worked in sales for Dutch cabinetmaker Pastoe and the famous upholstery factory Gelderland.

In 1994 he decided to start his own company and create his own collection of furniture. Using his experience in manufacturing combined with the feedback and wishes from his clients he designed the first collection himself, fast becoming one of the most successful modern furniture collections.

His modern designs are characterized by great craftsmanship with generous proportions with comfort and style as essential qualities.

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