Oswald Haerdl, one of the most influential Austrian Architects of the 20th Century designed this iconic chair in 1955, simply labelled 'No. 515’. Haerdl was a master of proportions.
These two dining chairs were originally designed by the Gebüder Thonet company in 1898, and could be found in Thonet sales catalogues as model number 221. These particular pieces are believed to be produced by the Thonet company in one...
Jindrich Halabala designed the dining chair officially listed as model H-214. These chairs were immediately popular and were nicknamed ‘lollipop chair’ thanks to the shape of the backrests. The H-214 chairs were produced by UP Brno since the 1930s and...
This Modernist piece was originally designed as a table for holding a radio with an adjustable shelf for newspapers or books. The table was produced in the 1930s by the renown UP Brno and designed by Jindrich Halabala.
This extremely rare pair of chairs was designed by Adolf Loos in collaboration with Heinrich Kulka (Loos’s closest colleague) in the early 1930’s and most likely produced by the renowned manufacturer Friedrich Otto Schmidt in Vienna.
A Mid Century dining table produced by ULUV in the 1964. This piece was clearly influenced by the soft and minimal shapes typical of Scandinavian furniture design, however it was designed by the Czech Architect Alan Fuchs.
This dining chair is very similar to the work of Oswald Haerdtl and Antonin Suman, but it is designed by Radomir Hofman as model number 514 for the TON Company.