Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

366 Concept presents its new collections

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Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet
06/09/2017 - 366 Concept is a brand reissuing ‘abandoned’ Icons of Polish Mid-Century Design and giving them a second life they definitely deserve. It began from reintroducing to the market on the exclusive license the legendary 366 Easy Chair designed by Joseph Chierowski.
 
Between 8-12 September 2017, 366 Concept will appear at Maison&Objet Paris fair trade where it will present a few new series of revived icons of Polish Mid-Century furniture.

Designed in the 1960s, often considered the second-most popular piece of Polish Mid-Century furniture aside from the 366. Its exclusive wooden design and exquisitely comfortable seat were once the pride of every Polish club and restaurant.

200-190 Chair Series
Contemporary reissue of Type 200-190 Chair designed in the 1960s. The chair became an unquestionable icon of Polish design thanks to its luxury and elegance. The upholstered chair’s light form, as well as the use of ash wood with brass details, give it an air of nobility and timelessness that continues to impress.

Metal Series
After reissuing the wooden 366 Armchair, 366 Concept turned to 366 Metal, also designed by Chierowski in 1960s. Lightweight, original and minimalist, it is available in different colors, black to copper, to white. Perfect for a variety of interiors: from delicate Scandinavian to industrial lofts.
Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

Polish Design Icons at Maison&Objet

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