Czechoslovakian Streamline Lounge Chair By Jan Vanek, 1930s

Czechoslovakian Streamline Lounge Chair By Jan Vanek, 1930s

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Chrudim, Czech Republic
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About this item

- Typical representative of Czechoslovakian streamline design produced during late 30s and 40s
- Attributed to Jan Vanek and probably produced by S.B.S. Brno he established in mid 30s
- Jan Vanek was founder and director of UP Zavody most famous for its designer Jindrich Halabala
- Light but sturdy construction made of beech bentwood and cotton straps
- Inspiration by work of Erich Dieckmann
- Armchairs are completely restored and provide comfortable seating experience
- Surface has been sanded, light repairs to wood, stained to dark walnut and coated with Osmo natural hard wax oil to semi gloss for easy maintenance, simple repair and velvety feel
- New cotton straps
- Armchairs can be used as they are without additional upholstering or simply with large size sheep skins as pictured
- Seating height is 40 cm
- Another identical piece available
- Another un restored piece available for price of 500 pounds

Additional dimensions information:



W66.0 x H77.0 x D77.0 cm



Wear condition



S.B.S. Brno

Date of manufacture


Place of origin

Czech Republic


Mid 20th Century


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