Niko Kralj is undoubtedly found and one of the central figures of Slovenian post-war industrial design. As an internationally recognized design expert in the second half of the 20th century belonging to the most important industrial designers in the world. He was honored because of his numerous artistic creations, which left a mark on the world of design globally. He is also credited with exceptional merits for the development of post-war Slovenian furniture due to his extraordinary research and innovative work. He founded the Institute of Design in 1966. At home as well as abroad, he filed and registered 118 patents and models and wrote 39 research papers. He was an innovator and inventor in many fields, mostly in the field of construction and production efficiency. He looked at industrial design and innovation as an indivisible whole. His innovative solutions have given the world a few timeless pieces of furniture. A view of his domestic and foreign awards testifies to the quality of his design creations. Products designed for large-scale production have been commercially very successful and produced in several hundred thousand pieces. Because of their timeless modernist forms Kralj's products belong to the treasury of European modern classics.
MOSQUITO chair white
Named after its wing-like seat, the Mosquito chair is a true eye-catcher. Following in the footsteps of Eames’ moulded plywood experiments in the 1940s, the chair did not go into production when it was first created in 1953. Fortunately, thanks to the recent efforts of Rex Kralj to finally bring this exemplary chair to life, design enthusiasts can enjoy the patent- protected design today. Seat height 46 cm.
Design: matt white
Action 3 + 1 For each order of 4 identical chairs of Slovenian brand REX KRALJ you will receive from us the fourth one completely for free! So order 4 chairs and pay only 3! The offer is valid on 30. and 31.1. Discount chairs cannot be combined, only applies to 4 identical chairs (type, color, material, upholstery). The discount will be deducted in the issued document.