AIRES armchair debuted in 2018 and surprised everyone with the unusual shape of its armrests and legs. It was inspired by a horse saddle. Later, this structure developed into a bench form which gave us the possibility to prepare a theme collection. But above all others – we could expand within the range of use. AIRES bench provides more usable space, which makes it an excellent piece of furniture for lounges, relaxation zones or customer service points. Together with the armchair that began our collection they create a set that is stylish, yet very bold as far as aesthetics goes. They will bring freshness to the decor of any interior.
H-TUK W barstool
The new finish variant “(W)”, allows you to redefine assumptions that are essential for the TUK collection.
An armchair that, like a chair from the same family, embodies flexibility.
ARIA BIG WW armchair
The ARIA armchair was a demonstrator of a new type of finish – the “(W)” variant. The designer knew that there would be a huge veneered outer surface of the backrest at his disposal.
Elegancy consists of simplicity and lack of abundance. Both of these values had been included in just one Swedish word: lagom. It perfectly describes our armchair.
HERITAGE 2 B-5860 armchair
The ‘60s and ‘70s were a very difficult time for Polish design and our factories.
LAGOM A-0200 chair
Elegancy consists of simplicity and lack of abundance. Both of these values had been included in just one Swedish word: lagom. It perfectly describes our chair.
AIRES W armchair
The AIRES armchair was never denied its finery, though sometimes it could be a little unceremonious.
TUK collection had been an excellent family that was designed for public areas. We decided to supply this wide selection of seating furniture with a table.
HOLO combines an unconventional design with a new way of sitting: lower part of the back and armrests was cut, enabling a free movement and a unique dynamic experience for the sitter.
TUK bench brings much more than just some additional usable space for the seat. This free room provokes an interaction with other people in public places.
TORE is a dynamic combination of two planes and two groups of materials. The base consists of four legs with a characteristic, sharp geometry, tapering downwards.
This armchair was a demonstrator of a new type of finish – the “(W)” variant. The designer knew that there would be a huge veneered outer surface of the backrest at his disposal.