Fully restored items. New chrome plating, hand made tulip wood armrest and Italian high quality burgundy leather.
József Peresztegi, a well-known Hungarian bauhaus furniture designer between the two world wars, and the II. became one of the defining figures of the post-World War II period. He is a founding member of the Wood Industry Manufacturing Design and Editing Office, established in 1951, which was the main venue for furniture design in the ’50s.
Width: 75 cm
Depth: 62 cm
Height: 85 cm
Seat Height: 44 cm