1960 Frantisek Jirak for Tatra Pravenec Bentwood Armchair in White Boucle LOFTME vintage

1960 Frantisek Jirak for Tatra Pravenec Bentwood Armchair in White Boucle

SKU: AFR

Price per chair. Two chairs are available. 

 

These armchairs of beech bentwood originate from the 1960s. Chairs went through a complete restoration process. They have been completely stripped down, all the insides were replaced, foams, inner linen, support belts, and upholstered in boucle. Wood has been completely sanded and finished with special wood oils. Fabric used is of the highest quality, strong and easy to wash.

 

Designer: Frantisek Jirak

 

Manufacturer: Tatra Pravenec

 

Country of Origin: Czech Republic

Period: Mid 20th Century

Date of Origin: circa 1960

 

Material: Beech, Bent Wood, Textile

Color: White

  • Dimensions

    Height - 80 cm  I  Width - 60 cm  I  Depth - 75cm  I  Seat Height - 40 cm

  • Condition

    Fully Restored

     

     

  • Delivery

    London - £35

    1 - 7 days.

     

    UK - £55

    3 - 14 days. 

     

  • Designer

    František Jirák was born in 1913 in the Czech Republic. He studied at the "Mistrovská škola stolarská" (School of Master Carpenters) and at the "Specialna skola pre vnutornu architekturu" (Special School of Interior Architecture) in Prague. For the next eleven years he worked at the Spojene UP zavody (United Art and Industrial Enterprises) in Brno under the direction of the great furniture designer Jindrich Halabala.
    In 1948, he moved permanently to Slovakia to work there as an "expert in the development of new types of furniture" for the then rapidly changing wood industry. Shortly after his arrival, he was given the position of "Head of the Development Department" in the Regional Directorate of Woodworking Companies (which later became the "Company for the Development of the Furniture Industry").
    At the end of the 1960s, he started working with a national company called "Novy domov" (New House) in Spisska Nova Ves, where he worked as a designer until his retirement.

    At the end of the 1960s, he started working with a national company called "Novy domov" (New House) in Spisska Nova Ves, where he worked as a designer until his retirement.

£550.00Price
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