This Danish highback armchair features a solid teak frame and leather cushions.
This pair of lounge chairs were designed by Ezio Longhi in the 1950s.
This armchair has been reupholstered in a floral fabric on the seat and a pale mauve fabric on the back.
- Pair of black aniline leather chairs from De Sede - One of the early productions from the 1967 - Very comfortable cushions with goose down filling - Feature decorative leather details - There are 3 cracked leather cords on the cushions and 1 hole
This Swedish lounge chair was designed by Ake Fribytter for Nelo Möbel in the 1970s. It features a stained bentwood plywood frame with canvas and leather upholstery.
This Balloon chair, designed by Hans Olsen in the 1950s, is very comfortable and has a very characteristic and identifiable shape. The piece comprises a black metal frame with cowhide upholstery.
This pair of PK 22 wicker and brushed steel chairs was designed by Poul Kjaerholm for E. Kold Christensen in 1951. Kjaerholm designed this chair for his final exams at the Academy of Design in Denmark, where he impressed audiences and critics alike. He chose steel instead of wood as its primary material. The PK22 is one of his most iconic and highly regarded designs. The wicker seats and backs are a warm and natural contrast to the cool hard steel frames.
This Danish lounge armchair was designed by Norwegian, Sigurd Ressell and produced by Vatne Møbler. The chair is upholstered in brown leather with button detailing to the seat base and backrest. The piece is raised upon a naturally finished beech bentwood frame and the Vatne makers label can be found on the underside of the frame.
This button-back armchair features a red velvet front and a red and white-striped cotton back.
This model was designed by Jindrich Halabala in the 1930s and features sheepskin upholstery and a beech (bentwood) frame. They have been reupholstered but the arms of the chairs remain in original condition.
This high-quality leather easy chair was manufactured by De Sede, Switzerland in the 1960s. It is covered with thick leather, has quality upholstery and features a heavy wooden frame.
Lake Como in Italy is known for its dramatic landscapes. Inspired by these typical water lilies, the Como armchair is entirely covered with cotton velvet, a tribute to natural beauty. This piece was designed in-house by Brabbu for Covet Paris.
Grete Jalk Teak Sessel für France & Son aus den 1960er Jahren.
- Dutch Design M lounge chairs - Designed by Pierre Paulin in the 1970s - Produced by Artifort in the Netherlands - Green-blue colored upholstery
Lounge Sessel, hergestellt in den 1970er Jahren in Dänemark aus Teakholz. Er verfügt zudem über eine schwarzweißen Stoffbezug mit Blattmuster. Die Kissenbezüge sind abnehmbar.
This pair of two adjustable lounge chairs was designed between 1920 and 1949 and produced in Austria. They are attributed to Thonet. Made from wooden frame with linen fabric. In good vintage condition.
Set of four armchairs produced in France, ca. 1950. The style of the design is reminiscent of Airborne. They feature lacquered steel feet and a strap seat. New foam in the cushions, back and side parts and new gray felt upholstery.
This vintage armchair is from the 1970s.