Lounge chair in wood and cream fabric, model “H-269”, designed by Jindřich Halabala and manufactured by UP Závody in former Czechoslovakia, 1930s.
One of the best-known lounge chair models by the renowned Czech designer, the H-269 model designed for UP Závody features a fabulous look, which is mainly achieved by its iconic, beautifully curved armrests, which add a dynamic appeal to the design. This lounge chair designed by Jindřich Halabala is hence unequaled in its unique sculptural appearance and will most definitely add character to one’s interior and brighten up the space by adding a touch of style and elegance.
It is an iconic piece of Czechoslovakian furniture design, a classic example of the modernistic designs popular during the period, and a piece that has become a sought-after collector’s item. Today, Halabala’s designs can be found in the permanent collections of institutions such as the Museum of Art in Olomouc and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. This model exemplifies why Halabala’s work is considered to be a connection between innovative Czech Cubism from 1910, Art Deco from the early 1920s, and European modern art after the Second World War.
Date of manufacture: 1930s
Materials: Wood, Fabric
Dimensions: Height 71 cm x Width 71 cm x Depth 91 cm
Condition: After restoration. The lounge chair is newly upholstered in premium cream fabric. The wooden armrests have been refinished.
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