Rare pair of lounge chairs in walnut and white fabric upholstery, model H-319, designed by Jindřich Halabala and manufactured by UP závody in former Czechoslovakia, 1920s.
One of the rarest armchair models by the renowned Czech designer, the H-319 model designed for UP závody in Brno features a fabulous look achieved by the minimalist walnut frame, the incredible rattan and removable pillows, all elements that are rarely seen in Halabala’s work, making this chair model a delightful collector’s item. After a thorough inspection of their structure and condition, these armchairs were meticulously restored by a historic conservator, staying true to the original intentions of the designer. These lounge chairs are hence unequaled in their rarity and appearance, and will most definitely add character to one’s interior and brighten up the space by adding a touch of style and elegance.
Featured in the Jindřich Halabala catalog, this armchair model was featured in the home of Vladimír Mareček in Brno, the managing director of UP závody where Halabala served as chief designer.
Date of manufacture: 1920s
Material: Walnut, Rattan, Fabric
Dimensions: Height 76 cm x Width 67 cm x Depth 80 cm
Condition: The wooden frame is restored. The removable pillows feature new springs and are newly reupholstered in premium white fabric.
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