Pair 1960s Ludvik Volak "Bratislava" slipper chairs, Czech
Pair 1960s Ludvik Volak "Bratislava" slipper chairs, Czech
Pair 1960s Ludvik Volak "Bratislava" slipper chairs, Czech

Pair 1960s Ludvik Volak "Bratislava" slipper chairs, Czech

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The modernist tradition of steam bending wood to create thick curved lines for furniture was readily adopted by the Czechoslovakian designers coming out of the Bauhaus movement. This pair of slipper chairs by Ludvik Volak are sleek and sexy - bentwood legs support the seat with a central supporting stretcher. Original black faux leather with a patchwork stitching detail. Generous proportions were important for their initial design use by the new airport in Bratislava City. Produced by Drevopodnik Holesov in the 1960s, Czech.

Sold as a pair.

Seat height : 14.9".

ORIGIN: Czech
PERIOD: 1960s
MATERIALS: wood, upholstery
DIMENSIONS: H 31.5 in W 20.9 in D 26 in