<transcy>R1378 armchair / oak / Liberty</transcy>
Designer: Janusz Różański
Delivery time: about 4-6 weeks
Frame made of solid ash / solid oak with an oiled, silk-matt surface. The upholstery made of cold foam is placed on a solid wood construction.
Armrests: natural oak, oiled
Fabric: Liberty / Trevira CS
Fabric design: LIBERTY (Trevira)
Material: 100% Trevira CS
Weight approx .: 260 g / m² - 365 g / running meter
Abrasion resistance: 65,000 tours
Lightfastness: 5 / according to ISO 105-B02 (yarn dyeing)
Pilling: 4-5 / according to ISO 12945-2
* Trevira is hardly inflammable according to M1 / B1 / C1 / CRIB 5 etc.
About the design:
Designed in 1962 for the exhibition at the Poznan Furniture Fair, as an answer to the functional challenges of the panel construction at the time, the 1378 set has never been produced since then.
The armchair and coffee table were revived by POLITURA in 2016 because they are more modern than ever before.
The unique shape of the wooden frame in connection with the unusual wood grain makes the armchair R1378 unique. Available with high-quality wool fabrics from kvadrat and fine oak or ash.
The coffee table was awarded the Must Have Award - for its simple elegance and pure functionality. The adjustable tray makes it easy to organize magazines, laptops, cell phones and writing utensils.
About the designer:
Janusz Różański was born in 1921 in Poznan, Poland. In 1957 he graduated from the Interior Design Faculty of the Poznan Art School.
Just one year later he joined the furniture industry, where he quickly got a leading position. In 1965 he took over the leadership of the newly founded, yet very influential headquarters of furniture development (CORM / OBROM), which was searching for new solutions in the furniture industry, in particular through research, investigation, introduction and optimization of innovative designs, types of materials and surface treatments.
Różański has won numerous design competitions and has been honored with the highest state awards. He left a diverse work behind and left a lasting mark on the Polish furniture industry.