<transcy>R360 armchair / upholstered / Velvet</transcy>
Designer: Janusz Różański
Delivery time: about 4-6 weeks
Seat surface and backrest upholstered with cold foam. Steel feet, powder coated with reinforced rubber slider. Upholstered and fabric-covered armrests.
Armrests: upholstered & covered with fabric
Fabric: Velvet / Velours
Fabric design: VELVET Col. 37 & 49
Material: 100% Polyester
Weight approx .: 536 g / m²
Shear strength: 120,000 turns
Light density: 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 haptic. The velor is manufactured in nanotechnology - this makes the fabric particularly dirt- and liquid-repellent and easy to clean.
About the design:
Egret was first presented under serial number R360 in 1959. The design by Janusz Różański became an icon in Poland.
Its popularity never exceeded the state limit, as its production was discontinued after a few years for political reasons.
Now, after sixty years, the curtain falls.
The R360 family offers countless design options for individual needs - both in private living spaces and in the contract / object area.
The combination of three classic materials: wood, textile and steel, allows combinations that leave no wish unfulfilled.
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.