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Comfortable as Fox Armchair

Comfortable as Fox Armchair

Comfortable as Fox Armchair

The 300-190 Armchair, called “Lisek”, is one of the most famous designs of its era – in the 1960s it could be found in almost every cafe or club. It is the second, after 366, most popular armchair of those years in Poland. A wide, comfortable seat and a clear, Scandinavian form make the Fox Armchair also suitable today as a representative piece of furniture in the living room, office or, as in the past, in a club-cafe. The re-edited design is adapted to human ergonomics of the 21st century. The seat of the Fox Armchair is larger and wider, and all changes have been made respecting the proportions of the original design. In addition to the Fox Armchair, the Fox Series includes Sofas, a Club Armchair, a Rocking Chair, Footrests, Benches and Coffee Tables, designed in a contemporary way and respecting the original Fox forms to create harmonious lounge sets.

The Fox Series offers a wide range of lounge furniture and elegant solid wood coffee tables. Despite the very light construction, the furniture of this series is extremely comfortable and elegant.

Products from Fox Series are made of solid ash with brass finishing

Products from the series are available for contract (norm passed: EN 16139)

Year Of Design: 1960’s
Legs: solid ash wood with brass finishing
Internal Structure: solid beech wood
Seat Interior: zig zag springs, high resilience foam
Upholstery: all fabrics collections + natural leather (discover full offer)
Contract: norm passed EN 16139
Country of production: Poland

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