Though seemingly created in the 1960s, these tables were designed by our studio. They capture the spirit of the era and Chierowski’s furniture, but are made with contemporary attention to quality, hand-finished and incorporating exclusively solid wood. The characteristic triangular top reflects the spirit of the Mid-Century era.
Józef Chierowski was an Iconic Polish interior and piano designer, as well as a lecturer at the Academy of Art in Wrocław. Chierowski designed the most popular piece of Polish Mid-Century furniture – the 366 Armchair. Thanks to its minimalist design and lightweight wooden construction, it was an instant success, soon found in almost every office, café and restaurant in Poland. The 366 Armchair was manufactured for over 20 years. Despite its success, this masterpiece never received recognition outside of Poland.