Armchair 366 designed by J.Chierowski (oak)

Armchair type 366, or the iconic “Chierek” is a design by Józef Chierowski and one of the icons of the Polish modernist design of the mid-twentieth century. Armchairs of this type were produced mainly in the factory in Świebodzice for over 20 years, starting from 1962.

Furniture, although simple in construction, is neat, light and still modern. The offered specimen belongs to the rarest series made of oak wood that distinguishes itself with the slim and elegant construction shape of armrests and profiles (Chierki were usually made of beech wood). The model from this series can be admired at the permanent exhibition of the Design Gallery of the Polish National Museum in Warsaw.

The armchair underwent a woodwork renovationand and was finished with an oil-wax in a neutral colour. The seat, after replacing the insides, was finished with a high quality material in the elegant glossy colour of grey-blue.

If you like this item, but would like to have it in a different colour, please let us know. We have a few of them in the storage.

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Color

grafitowy, grey, niebieski, oak

Country of origin

Poland

Manufacturer

Dolnośląska Fabryka Mebli w Świebodzicach

Designer

Józef Marian Chierowski

Condition

original product with visible traces of use, refurbished

Style

mid-century modern, PRL

Material

dąb, fabric

Width

60cm

Depth

60cm

Height

70cm

Wysokość siedziska

43cm

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