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We find on this model the base of the RM58 armchair which made its success but with a four-star base which allows the armchair to pivot on itself and give it a very contemporary feel. The armchair has also been widened by 3cm compared to the original version.
For the anecdote, a photo of the chair arrived in the hands of Le Corbusier in 1961, he wanted to obtain the license but the Polish authorities at the time blocked the sale. Probably because the seat also tells the story of socialist Poland, which did not allow the manufacture of chairs in fiberglass, a material reserved for military use at the time.
VZOR offers collections of chairs and armchairs by iconic Polish designers from the middle of the last century. The timeless style armchairs and chairs produced by Vzor (made in Poland), therefore take up the work of renowned Polish designers using quality materials and modern technologies. Roman Modzelewski , born in 1912 and died in 1997, was director of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz but also a designer, painter, sculptor and received several awards for his creations which are for some still exhibited in London for example. Czeslaw Knothe , 1890-1985, was a designer and architect, member of the arts collective "LAD". He notably created a line of furniture for the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. Find on Fotello.fr the iconic armchairs and chairs of these two designers, reissued by Vzor.
RM58 SOFT CROSS
height 74cm, width 70cm, seat height 45cm
Armchair, structure in polished aluminium, swivel chair