<transcy>H64 armchair "Highback" / Velvet</transcy>
H64 highback with footrest
Designer: Edmund Homa
Delivery time about 4-6 weeks
Frame made of solid oak with a stained and oiled, silk-matt surface.
The upholstery made of cold foam is located on a solid wood construction. The high backrest and a matching foot stool ensure the highest level of seating comfort.
Dimensions armchair: W: 63 cm IH: 96 cm IT: 76 cm seat height: 38 cm
Stool: W: 60 cm IH: 38 cm IT: 43 cm
Wooden frame: light oak / dark oak, oiled
Fabric: Velvet / Velours
Fabric design: VELVET
Material: 100% polyester
Weight approx .: 536 g / m²
Abrasion resistance: 120,000 tours
Lightfastness: 5 / according to ISO 105-B02 (yarn dyeing)
Pilling: 4-5 / according to ISO 12945-2
The collection ranges from classic strong tones to subtle pastel colors with a very pleasant feel. The velor is manufactured using nanotechnology - this makes the fabric particularly dirt and liquid repellent and easy to clean.
About the design:
The H64 family moved in 1965 attracts attention - designed by Edmund Homa with the number H64 and awarded at the most important furniture fair in Poland.
H64 highback and lowback went fast Most wanted. The ergonomic design also impressed audiences abroad: The armchairs quickly became export products for the western world.
Oak is considered a noble furniture material. This is why the H64 is available in two classic versions: in oak, stained dark or just oiled.
The streamlined design of the wooden frame is rounded off with high-quality wool, velor, leather or Trevira.
About the designer:
Edmund Homa was born in northern Poland in 1927. After completing a degree in interior design at the Danzig Art Academy, he established himself as a freelance designer in the field of graphic, interior and furniture design.
From 1962 he worked for the Danzig Art Academy and the state furniture industry, for which he mainly designed seating furniture. Some of his designs are still in Polish homes and public institutions.
Edmund Homa also received a scholarship from the Royal Danish Academy of Art, where he worked under Ole Wanscher's direction.