SIG 1 A-5870 chair
The ‘60s and ‘70s were a very difficult time for Polish design and our factories. Poland was cut off from the western world due to the division of spheres of influence – by the so-called Iron Curtain. Acquiring modern technologies, materials or even the exchange of experience was near to impossible. The only way to catch up on this was by turning towards the ancient ideals of mens et manus (Latin: mind and hand). The creativity of designers together with enormous, precise and tedious work of hand had to suffice to produce comfortable and beautiful furniture.
Many models created at that time were simply excellent and were ahead of their time in many ways. Using the most common materials and simple tools we managed to produce works of art that were also functional. At that time, they sadly could not be appreciated and some of them have never been presented abroad. The HERITAGE mini-collection shall restore their well-deserved fame. To let you experience the same unprecedented quality again, not only did we organize the production in accordance with original drawings, but also we maintained the same technologies and the same extent of handcraft.
LA BENDA armchair
It is a modern armchair created with a unique XIX century technology of bending beech wood under the pressure and steam.
A-5880 LIBRO chair
A-5880 Libro refers to the Polish functional design style of the 1960s but with a subtle touch of modern
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.
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.
Visually distinguishing feature of BRENO is the cutting of the wooden surfaces of the legs and the top with a thin layer made of black hpl.
H-TUK W barstool
The new finish variant “(W)”, allows you to redefine assumptions that are essential for the TUK collection.
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.
SKAG coffee table
The compact SKAG table will work well at informal parties and in smaller spaces.
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.
HERITAGE 1 B-6210 armchair
The ‘60s and ‘70s were a very difficult time for Polish design and our factories.
ARCHER A-4800 chair
A chair that embodies flexibility. A distinctive backrest bent in a subtle arch composes in surprising harmony with sharp, rounded legs of a rectangular profile.
AIRES W armchair
The AIRES armchair was never denied its finery, though sometimes it could be a little unceremonious.