One of the special pieces of the Museum of Applied Arts Hungary – painted wood and chromium-plated steel tube frame with mint-colored bauhaus-style waiting room set in a refurbished state with standing chrome ashtray
Lounge chair was designed in the 1950s by Miroslav Navratil for Cesky Nabytek in former Czechoslovakia. The shell seats are made of plastic laminate, the original fabric upholstery is made of sheep wool.
Large table with multicolored lacquered wooden legs and laminate top. In very good condition with patina and wear. Size 150 x 150 cm H 72 cm Provenance: Italian private collection, donated by Ettore Sottsass in 1984
This desk was designed by Willy Van Der Meeren in the early 1950s and manufactured by Tubax. Van Der Meeren designed this kind of desk for the private market, he worked together with Eric Lemesre. The black lacquered metal frame...