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The positioning chair type H-70 was produced during the 1930s in the Associated Arts and Crafts Enterprises (Spojené uměleckoprůmyslové závody, famed under the legendary abbreviation UP). The chair was most probably designed by Jindřich Halabala. The two sides, made of a single piece of bent wood, carry both the seating part and the backrest which can be positioned in three levels by a metal rod. The rod can be inserted to one of three metal grooves. Stuffing of the seating part and the backrest is removable. The chairs on offer underwent complete renovation.


Other artworks of this author offered by Prague Art & Design

H-128 Halabala Chair | Jindřich HalabalaH 79 Chair | Jindřich HalabalaH 168 Table | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Chair H-269  | Jindřich HalabalaHalabala Armchairs | Jindřich HalabalaSideboard Tulip | Jindřich HalabalaFour H-214 Chairs + Table | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Chair, H-269  | Jindřich HalabalaModernist adjustable sofa H-215 | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Writing Desk  H - 178 | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Chair H-269  | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Adjustable Chair | Jindřich Halabala

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