Galerie Parallèle offers you a selection of original, restored and vintage armchairs, corresponding to the design of Eastern countries during the soviet era. The magazine includes Polish and Czech designers' products.
DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski MANUFACTURER : Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli Vintage Polish armchair by designer Jozef Chierowski for Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli. This is the model 366 from the 1960s. The structure, entirely restored, is made of wood. The seat is upholstered with a grey fabric.
Vintage armchair, postmodern design, from the 1980s. The designer is anonymous. The seat and backrest are made of leather. The structure is made of metal and the legs are finished with wooden elements. This piece is in good vintage condition.
PRODUCER : Uluv Vintage armchair, Czech design, for the publisher Uluv, from the 1960s. This piece of furniture is made of ash and the armrests of plexiglass. That's what makes it so original. This chair has been completely restored.
DESIGNER : Oswald Haerdtl MANUFACTURER : Ton Pair of wooden armchairs by Oswald Haerdlt for the Czech producer Ton. It dates back to the 1960s. This pair is in a vintage condition and has a beautiful patina
DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil MANUFACTURER : Vertex Pair of vintage armchairs designed by Miroslav Navratil for the manufacturer Vertex. It dates back to the 1960s. It is a Czech creation. These chairs have been completely restored.
DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski MANUFACTURER : Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli Pair of Polish armchairs, model 366, by designer Jozef Chierowski for the Lower Silesian Furniture Factory (Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli). This is the model 366 which is a must in Polish design. It was designed in 1962.
DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : 3 Suisses Pair of armchairs designed by the French designer Philippe Starck. It is the model Len Niggelman edited by the 3 Suisses in 1986. The structure is made of wood, foam and cream leather. This color is rarer than the black usually found. The aluminium feet are stamped Starck. This pair is in vintage condition.
Pair of Czech armchairs from the 1960s. The metal structure as well as the plastic weave of the seat and backrest give these pieces an original appearance.This pair is in a vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Koželka and Kropáček Pair of armchairs by Antonin Kropacek and Karel Kozelka, 1944. This chair is part of a set that won the silver medal at the Milan Triennial in 1946. This pair has been completely restored. The cushion has been redone according to the original model.
MANUFACTURER : Lusch & Erzeugnis Pair of metal and suede armchairs. It was produced by Lusch & Erzeugnis, a german firm, in the 1960.
Eastern European armchair from the 1960s. It comes from Poland. This armchair rests on four metal feet finished with movable legs. It is completely restored and upholstered in grey fabric.
DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil Armchair from Eastern Europe by Miroslav Navratil. It dates from the 1960s and comes from the Czech Republic. The fibreglass seat rests on wooden legs. This armchair is in original condition.
PRODUCER : Tatra Nabytok Armchair for the Czech producer Tatra Nabytok from the 1950s. This model was originally designed for Thonet around 1930, it is model A 745 F. This bentwood seat is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil PRODUCER : Ton Armchair designed by the Czech Miroslav Navratil for the publisher Ton in the 1960s. The structure is made of fibreglass, it rests on a metal base. This chair is completely refurbished. The metal part is in its original condition.
DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil MANUFACTURER : Vertex Armchair designed by Miroslav Navratil for the Czech manufacturer Vertex in the 1960s. The shell is made of fibreglass and the feet of beech. This armchair is completely renovated.