Pair of 1950’s Jindrich Halabala Armchairs - MONC XIII
Pair of 1930's Lounge Chairs by Jindrich Halabala - MONC XIII
Pair of 1950’s Jindrich Halabala Armchairs - MONC XIII
Pair of 1950’s Jindrich Halabala Armchairs - MONC XIII
Pair of 1950’s Jindrich Halabala Armchairs - MONC XIII

Vintage Chair Pair of 1930's Lounge Chairs

27.5" W x 36" D x 30" H x 15.5" SH x 23.5" AH

$19,500

Stunning pair of lounge chairs "H-269" by Jindrich Halabala for Spojene UP Závody was produced during the 1930s. Made of beechwood frame and newly upholstered in a stunning Dedar fabric bois de rose lamin, these chairs will elevate any room. 

Jindřich Halabala was a Czech industrial designer, writer, and educator as well as a significant proponent of modernist, industrially manufactured furniture in Czechoslovakia. The H-269 Lounge Chair,  instantly recognizable for its exaggerated, curved armrests is arguably the most well-known Czech design, featuring bentwood as in many other of his designs.