Galerie Parallèle offers you a selection of new furniture corresponding to the design of Eastern countries during the soviet era. The magazine includes Polish and Czech designers' chairs, armchairs, stools, tables, coffee tables or storage.
DESIGNER : Roman Modzelewski The RM58 Soft is a contemporary version of the armchair designed by Roman Modzelewski. There are for steel legs painted in black. It's an upholstered version of the RM58 Classic. The seat is slightly larger. The armchair is available in a wide range of materials and colours
DESIGNER : Roman Modzelewski The RM58 Matte is a contemporary version of the armchair designed by Roman Modzelewski with a seat of through-dyed polyethylene. There are for steel legs painted in black. This armchair is suitable for outdoor use. The color for the seat can be black, white, red, yellow, green, turquoise and grey.
DESIGNER : Roman Modzelewski In 1958, RM58 armchair was one of the earliest Polish examples of polyester-glass laminate furniture. The organic form of the seat is also unique. The production of the RM58 armchair is using new materials and technologies. A version of the armchair which faithfully follows the historical 1958 design, made using the rotomolding technology, with a polyethylene seat, high gloss lacquered. The color of the seat can be black, white, red, yellow, green, turquoise and grey.
DESIGNER : Roman Modzelewski The RM57 armchair was a prototype made in 1957. It was produced recently. The current technologies offer a confortable seat. This piece of furnitures has geometric lines. The legs are made of steel available in several color. The seat upholstered is available many colors.
New edition of the Polish armchair model 300-177 also called "Bunny" designed in the 1960s. This piece of furniture is made of solid oak ans the seat is upholstery. The wood is available in two different colors: oak and dark oak.
DEISIGNER : Roman Modzelewski New edition of the armchair RM56 by the Polish designer Roman Modzelewski from 1956. It was a prototype until today although it was displayed during the National Exhibition of Interior Design of 1957 in Warsaw.
DESIGNER : Boguslawa et Czeslaw Kowalski New edition of a chair designed by the couple of architects Boguslawa and Czeslaw Kowalski. The chair is from a set from the 1960s which was never mass-produced. It is made of beech, varnished plywood of chestnut. The price is for a chair.
DESIGNER : Rajmund Halas Chair model 200-190 by the Polish designer Rajmund Halas. New edition of this seat designed in the 1960s. This chair is made of ash, the back and the seat are upholstered. The ash is avaible in different colors : light, natural, dark and black.
DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski Polish armchair by the designer Jozef Chierowski. It is a new edition of the model 366 designed in 1962. This seat is made of fabric and two leg of solid oak. There are three types of fabric, each avaible in more than ten colours : loft, tweed, velvet. The wood is available in 4 colours : oak, dark oak, ash and black. On the pictures the wood colour is dark oak.
DESIGNER : Henryk Lis Eastern European armchair by the Polish designer Henryk Lis. Model 300-190 designed in the 1960s, new edition. The design of this piece of furniture is simple, it's made of ash. The wood is avaible in different colours : ash, oak, dark oak. the wood colour visible in the pictures is dark oak.
DESIGNER : Rajmund Teofil Halas New edition of adjustable height bookcase by the Polish designer Rajmund Teofil Halas designed in the 1960s. It is a simple and functional piece of furniture assemblable in a few minutes. This bookcase is made of seven shelves in oiled oak connected by steel bars stainless which can be freely configured. It can be arranged against a wall but also in the middle of the room to divide the space.