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The H 79 chair was designed by Jindřich Halabala in 1931. The UP Woodcrafts Manufacturers company has recently re-incorporated his design into its production plan. Halabala implemented the concept of flexible tubular steel furniture, invented in the 1920s by Marcel Bauer. Structurally, the form of Halabala’s H 79 chair is wholly original, contrary to other variations, as those manufactured by Thonet, Mücke & Melder or Maser. The chrome-plated tubular frame has a rattan-woven seat and backrest. The number of the desired material is limited. Please verify the availability of the original item before ordering.


Other artworks of this author offered by Prague Art & Design

H-128 Halabala Chair | Jindřich HalabalaH 168 Table | Jindřich HalabalaHalabala - Armchairs | 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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