A very comfortable lounge chair designed by the Czech famous Czechoslovak designer Miroslav Navrátil. This chairs was designed in the context of the world-renowned exhibition EXPO in Brussels in 1958, where the Czechoslovak pavillon was a phenomenal succes.
It is made of fiberglass and coated with a fabric that is elastically glued to this material. Characteristic are also metal legs, typical of the mid-20th century furniture design. The chair is structurally in good original condition, but the fabric shows signs of wear and age through an upholstery defects and the legs do not have an original black paint. Look at the pictures.
Dimensions: Height: 66 cm, width: 64 cm, depth 67 cm.
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