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Adolf Loos was very meticulous when it came to selecting furniture and designing interiors. He would carefully choose specific pieces, especially seating furniture, and tailor them to the needs of his clients. This was the case with a unique and unconventional lounger from the Hamptons, a traditional English manufacturer. Loos modified and utilized this chair in at least three interiors he designed in Czechoslovakia during the 1930s and 1940s. The most noteworthy of these was in the living room of the Müller Villa in Prague, where he placed two of these chairs. The lounger can be upholstered in any material and the base can be stained if desired. While the original material used was beech wood, customers can opt to have the frame made from oak wood for an additional fee of CZK 2,000. Upon request, the lounger can also be adjusted to fit the height of the client. A variant with a footrest measuring 39 cm in height, 50 cm in width, and 50 cm in depth is also available. The profile photo shows a lounger with a base made of makasar veneer and upholstered in high-quality naturally tanned bark Nubuk Sorensen from Denmark. The chair is sold together with a footstool.
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