|Period of time:||1960s|
|Dimensions:||82h x 44w x 43d|
|Material:||Upholstered with beech wood legs|
|Rest of NL||€95|
This set of 4 dining room chairs has been completely reupholstered including new filling and the legs have been sanded clean and provided with durable hard-wax oil.
Oswald Haerdtl 1899 - 1959, was an influential and successful designer-architect during the interwar and post-war period. He is best known for his modernist designs that contributed to the emergence of the Viennese Kaffeehaus culture. When Michael Thonet started producing in the 19th century, Vienna was still the capital of the Habsburg Empire and Czechoslovakia was part of that Empire. One of the first furniture factories was set up in Czechoslovakia because it has so many beech forests. That is why this Austrian design was produced in the Czech Republic. And the reupholstering has also taken place in Prague.