This is one of the most iconic pieces of 1960’s Czech design. This piece perfectly embodies the elegance of the so-called Brussels Style, named after Expo 1958 in Brussels where Czechoslovakia won 13 prizes including one in the furniture category.
An iconic coffee table designed by architects Antonin Kropacek and Karel Kozelka. It was first produced by Ceske Umelecke Dilny, in Czechoslovakia. This table, together with two armchairs was awarded a silver medal at the 1946 Milan Triennale.
This Modernist floor lamp was designed by Robert Slezak and produced by The Slezak Company in the 1930s Czechoslovakia. The piece has got an elegant shape with a beautiful combination of walnut veneer and chrome steel.
This Art Deco Drinks Cabinet was designed in 1930’s by Jindřich Halabala and produced by UP Brno in former Czechoslovakia.
A pair of sleek armchairs produced in former Czechoslovakia. The brown leather cushion is supported by continous steel tube frame - clearly a design concept reminiscent of the modernist approach to furniture in the 1930’s. The leather seating, on the...
This modernist piece was designed by Austrian avant-garde architect Hermann John Hagemann for the Mucke-Melder Company, based in Czechoslovakia. The chair is in perfect condition with some slight wear and tear on the bottom part of the steel frame.
This dining set is a great example of the radical Bauhaus aesthetic. Simple, functional and as modern as when it was first designed, it perfectly represents the ethos of the avant-garde movement. What makes the design of these chairs distinctive...