Chair Leaf

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The seat and backrest from molded plywood suggest a model of optical and physical lightness. Its stability and strength are guaranteed by the construction made of bent solid wood. Apart from the veneer seat made of beech or oak, an upholstered version is also available.

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Beech natural (lacquer)
Beech natural (oil)
Coffee (B 4)
Dark wenge (B 105)
Dark chocolate (B 112)
Nougat (B 114)
Granite (B 115)
Honey (B 116)
Black Grain (B 123)
White Powder (B 276)
Staining does not affect the wood structure and most colours do not suppress the wood pattern, either. On the contrary, wood as a natural material absorbs colours differently and for this reason the surface is characterised by lighter or darker places. The colour result is also affected by the initial range of colour of individual woody plants. Stains are applied by either immersion or spraying. The surface is then finished only with transparent lacquer. There is no surcharge for stain colour finishes.
Antique Classic (B 130/A0)
Antique finish is created by using specially developed finishing materials, which are applied manually – this technology underlines the unevenness and the originality of each product. The Antique Classic finish imitates a dark stained chair surface which has been attacked not only by age, but also by woodworm. Besides irregular, rubbed off, bleached, and hand-worn spots, the surface is also decorated with tiny holes made by the woodworm wood
B 20 white (B 20)
Sandy Beige (B 31)
Ginger yellow (B 32)
Ocean Blue (B 37)
Grey Shadow (B 38)
nude pink (B 40)
salmon pink (B 41)
coral orange (B 42)
ruby red (B 43)
creamy yellow (B 44)
aqua green (B 45)
turquoise green (B 46)
Pine Green (B 47)
Baby blue (B 48)
cloud grey (B 49)
Moon grey (B 50)
Blue Berries (B 52)
Opal Blue (B 53)
Mountain fjord (B 54)
Ashy blue (B 55)
Lichen green (B 61)
Taupe pink (B 95)
The natural colour and texture of wood can be covered with pigment finishes, which create a compact colour layer on the surface. The final appearance of the pigment finishes on the surface is, however, influenced by the type of wood, their different porosity and colour, production technology, light refraction and individual perception of colour finishes. The relief on beech plywood is so monolithic after being finished with pigment colours that it may look like a pressed plastic part.
B 20 white (B 20)
Sandy Beige (B 31)
Ginger yellow (B 32)
Ocean Blue (B 37)
Grey Shadow (B 38)
nude pink (B 40)
salmon pink (B 41)
coral orange (B 42)
ruby red (B 43)
creamy yellow (B 44)
aqua green (B 45)
turquoise green (B 46)
Pine Green (B 47)
Baby blue (B 48)
cloud grey (B 49)
Moon grey (B 50)
Blue Berries (B 52)
Opal Blue (B 53)
Mountain fjord (B 54)
Ashy blue (B 55)
Lichen green (B 61)
Taupe pink (B 95)
The natural colour and texture of wood can be covered with pigment finishes, which create a compact colour layer on the surface. The final appearance of the pigment finishes on the surface is, however, influenced by the type of wood, their different porosity and colour, production technology, light refraction and individual perception of colour finishes (see illustration photo). The relief on beech plywood is so monolithic after being finished with pigment colours that it may look like a pressed plastic part. On the contrary, on the surface of oak or ash, which have more pronounced pores in their structure, small striations remain visible even after being finished with pigment colours.
Choose a colourOak Natural (varnished surface) 
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  • Total width (cm)50,5
  • Total depth (cm)52
  • Total height (cm)80
  • Seat height (cm)45,7
  • Width of seat (cm)43,5
  • Depth of seat (cm)40
  • Weight of product (kg)4
  • Packing (pcs)2
  • Volume (m3)0,205
  • Carton dimensions (cm)67 x 53 x 100

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how we make it...

We manually bend our furniture in the same workshops where this technology has been in use since 1861. However, we moved the features of this unique technique further more and mix them with contemporary designers’ thoughts. Our tables and chairs become a connection of quality, innovative shapes and a legacy to the place that has learned to understand the wood for generations.

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