An icon of modern furniture production, this vintage H-269 Lounge Chair was designed by Jindrich Halabala for Up Závody, circa 1950s.

Designed by Jindrich Halabala for Up Zadovy

Vintage Halabala H-269 Lounge Chair

Price For 1 Chair (Sold As A Set Of 2)

$7,995.00

Description

An icon of modern furniture production, this vintage H-269 Lounge Chair was designed by Jindrich Halabala for Up Závody, circa 1950s. One of Jindrich Halabala's most famous designs, this lounge chair was one of the first mass-produced furniture pieces from Czechoslovakia. Featuring an elegantly curved plywood arm that curls down into a supportive base, this chair's plush seat is given an inviting comfort.

Jindrich Halabala (1903-1970) was a designer who is credited with ushering in the mass market production of furniture in his native Czechoslovakia. He believed that furniture could be well-finished and widely accessible, which lead him into pioneering many series of modular furniture that would go on to inspire a generation of designers.

Style: Mid-Century Modern
Period: circa 1950s


This item is sold as a set of two and cannot be purchased individually. Price displayed is for 1 unit. See in-store for details.

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  • Width: 28”
  • Depth: 37.5”
  • Height: 31.5”

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