Easy chair designed by Otto Shulz for Boet
Sweden, 1940s

This chair model is a fine example of Otto Schulz's design. It has been newly reupholstered in the most luxurious Boucle fabric by one of Sweden’s best reupholsters.

Otto Schulz was one of the most prominent furniture designers of his time; he founded the Swedish company Boet and an eponymous magazine that became an extremely influential design publication during the 1930s and 40s. This chair is based on the “Sulla chair” and the Greek klismos chairs. Schulz made several versions; the most refined is this one without an added loose seat cushion. Instead, he created one deep seat to perfect his sense of modern elegance.

H: 70 cm / 2' 3 1/2"
W: 79 cm / 2' 7 1/2"
D: 71 cm / 2' 4"
SH: 41 cm / 1' 4"

Price: on application

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