Easy leg assembly system
2 universal colors
Total weight15 kg
Height of seat45 cm
Width of seat39 cm
Depth of seat48 cm
Designed by Roman Modzelewski
Roman Modzelewski was a Lithuanian designer, but first and foremost a painter, who experimented with form and colour. He studied in Warsaw and lived most of his life in Łódz where he was affiliated with the famous State School of Fine Arts (later Academy of Fine Arts).
In 1957, Modzelewski started designing furniture. Some of his first projects were an armchair and a chair in plywood, both of which he presented at the Second Polish-Wide Interior Design Exhibition. In 1958 he designed the RM58 Armchair. This armchair was probably the first fibreglass chair made in Poland: a pioneering experiment - formally and technologically - in the country at the time.
- Upholstery: high resilient polyurethane foam
- Legs: steel
- Fabric: 90% wool, 10% polyamide
- Legs: varnished matt
- The cover is not removable
- Most stains from the upholstery can be removed with water and any kind of a mild detergent like soap and then wiped dry. Do not scratch or rub.
All of our furniture are preassembled which means that all the pieces are already ready to use. Final assembly is simply connecting these pieces together using special connectors placed in all the components. This process is easy and does not require any special tools.
This furniture is flat-packed to assure security during transportation, easy lifting and carrying as well as to reduce its carbon footprint. The packaging itself is also eco-friendly with almost zero use of plastic.
Most likely we do not own stock of this product - it is usually made to order. Regular delivery time for all board furniture, beds and tables is 4-7 weeks. All products from one order are being shipped together unless otherwise stated.
noo.ma uses the services of most common delivery companies, such as DHL, UPS and FedEx. The service includes a delivery in several packages directly to your home/office with carrying up stairs.
We believe our customers have the right to know what their products cost to make. On average, traditional retailers mark their products up 5-6 times. At noo.ma it’s 2-3.
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