73 × 86 × 73 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||After complete renovation|
Wooden armchair designed in the 1970s by architect Karel Prager. Karel Prager was a Czech architect and designer of several unique buildings such as the New Stage of the National Theatre, Komerční banka in Prague’s Smíchov neighbourhood, and the Federal Assembly building. He understood architecture as a singular whole connecting interior and exterior. His building designs usually involved the creation of the interiors themselves, including unique furniture.
This armchair, made from steam-bent beechwood, was created by the company TON in Bystřice pod Hostýnem. The rounded corners of the wooden frame are a typical shape in Prager’s futuristic architecture of the 1970s. The chair has undergone a complete renovation in our workshop, including new upholstery in a mustard-yellow fabric.