An armchair that, like a chair from the same family, embodies flexibility. The characteristic backrest bent into a subtle arch fits in surprising harmony with the sharp, rounded legs with a rectangular profile. ARCHER has more of these contrasting solutions. The front legs are straight and much lower than the rear legs. They bend forward and are shaped like an arrowhead. This form gives the chair’s silhouette an amazing dynamics.
HERITAGE 2 B-5860 armchair
The ‘60s and ‘70s were a very difficult time for Polish design and our factories.
AIRES W armchair
The AIRES armchair was never denied its finery, though sometimes it could be a little unceremonious.
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.
A-5880 LIBRO chair
A-5880 Libro refers to the Polish functional design style of the 1960s but with a subtle touch of modern
LA BENDA armchair
It is a modern armchair created with a unique XIX century technology of bending beech wood under the pressure and steam.
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.
ARIA ULTRA W armchair
The ARIA family was created as a flagship collection to promote the "W" finish variant (the entire back of the furniture is covered with a large sheet of plywood, displaying the wood pattern, the i
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.
SKAG coffee table
The compact SKAG table will work well at informal parties and in smaller spaces.
The stylish ARMO armchair is the essence of design and elegance.
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.