This mid-century adjustable sofa was designed by the Czech significant designer Miroslav Navrátil in the 1960´s. It was made in the former Czechoslovakia. It features wery attractive and simple design. Material: fabric, upholstery, beechwood. It´s a typical example of Czechoslovak design after the huge success of the Czechoslovak pavilion at Expo 58 in Brussels. The wooden structure and upholstery are in very good original condition without any damage, just bears some signs of using.
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