Vintage grey armchair by Mucker Melder, Czechoslovakia 1930s


About this vintage design furniture

Made by Mücke Melder, an influential modernist furniture manufacturer that specialised in tubular steel designs. It has been restored and reupholstered by our professional refurbishing team in Czechia according to the original process. The chrome parts have been cleaned and professionally restored. The new upholstery is high quality backhausen fabric, it’s very easy to clean and retains its colours very well even in direct sunlight. Sold individually. You can find a set of these items on our profile too. This item features classic Bauhaus design elements. Elements of this style are neutral colours, and occasional bright primary colours. Bauhaus designers avoided the fussy and pretentious, looking for clean, modern lines instead. Perfect for a timeless, yet modern look. More about the manufacturer: Mucke Melder began production in 1928 with furniture made of nickel-plated and chrome-plated steel. The first type was a spring chair designed by A. Lurcat for the company Thonet, whose designs he often used under license. Arnošt Beck designed her own design for it. Please get in touch with us for any questions you may have about this item’s condition, authenticity or even our store in general. We’re happy to help.

Reference : 224586

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delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Czechia
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer


Mücke MELDER is a German design duo consisting of Peter Mücke and Michael Melder. They founded their design agency in Berlin in 1991 and have since worked on a variety of projects in the fields of interior architecture, product design and visual communication.

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