Armchair, 1956 Designers: Janina Jędrachowicz and Krzysztof Racinowski Factory: Zjednoczenie Przemysłu Meblarskiego

Armchair, 1956 Designers: Janina Jędrachowicz and Krzysztof Racinowski Factory: Zjednoczenie Przemysłu Meblarskiego

Armchair, 1956 Designers: Janina Jędrachowicz and Krzysztof Racinowski Factory: Zjednoczenie Przemysłu Meblarskiego

Armchair, 1956 Designers: Janina Jędrachowicz and Krzysztof Racinowski Factory: Zjednoczenie Przemysłu Meblarskiego

Designer: Marian Sigmund, Chair 1959

Marian Sigmund, upholstered bent armchair, produced by the Bifameg Bielsko Bent Furniture Factory in Jasienica, private collection, photo: Michał Korta

Krzesła Jana Kurzątkowskiego, lata 50-te i 60-te. Oraz wyjątek krzesło "Piórko" z 1936.

Krzesła Jana Kurzątkowskiego, lata 50-te i 60-te. Oraz wyjątek krzesło "Piórko" z 1936.

silla vintage wicker chair by Polish interior architect and designer WŁADYSŁAW WOŁKOWSKI (1902-1986)

vintage wicker chair by Polish interior architect and designer WŁADYSŁAW WOŁKOWSKI Polish design, polski dizajn, polskie wzornictwo, made in Poland.

Fotel 366 proj. J Chierowski design PRL/lata 60te Warszawa - image 1

Fotel 366 proj. J Chierowski design PRL/lata 60te Warszawa - image 1

RM 58 This armchair, made of fibreglass, is one of the first seats made using this material, both in Poland and worldwide. Designed independently by Roman Modzelewski, it surprises not only by the innovative technology that was used, but also by the fully-enclosed organic form achieved in this material. Today is it produced using polyethylene, with rotational moulding technology, then varnished to a high gloss.

RM 58 This armchair, made of fibreglass, is one of the first seats made using this material, both in Poland and worldwide. Designed independently by Roman Modzelewski, it surprises not only by the innovative technology that was used, but also by the fully-enclosed organic form achieved in this material. Today is it produced using polyethylene, with rotational moulding technology, then varnished to a high gloss.

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Under an exclusive licence, Polish label 366 Concept has renewed the production of Josef Chierowski’s classic 366 armchair to share it with the modern world.

D-FILE #7: WOJCIECH ZAMECZNIK: IN ONE HUNDRED YEARS WE WILL LAUGH ABOUT IT. OR NOT?

With the Digital Cultures Conference taking place in Warsaw between and of September, there was one particular thought circulating through the panel

A ray of enthusiasm (on the positive hype surrounding Hałas) The history of Polish post-war design has a certain amount of drama attached to it.

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