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A pair of Easy Chairs, Otto Schulz

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This pair of chairs by Otto Schulz for the Boet in Gothenburg was one of the best sellers in the 1940`s. With its generous seat and back, and not least the soft cushion, it invites you to a comfortable sitting. Chairs with a mix of funkis and Art Deco. Colour of beige/brown velvet. Decorated with decornails around the legs. Measures: 74 cmHx80 cmWx53 cmD. Seat height: 42 cm.

Otto Schulz was a Swedish interior designer and writer born in Germany. In 1907 he moved to Sweden and started the 1920 furniture company Boet in Gothenburg. There he performed most of the furnishings for some of Gothenburg's most reputable. During the 1920s he also run the company Vakra Vardags Ting and started magazine Boet. A monthly magazine for home culture, craft and art industry. The magazine was published in 1928-40. Schulz introduced a new counter-thinking, his furniture was built on hand when the needs were changed and the style shifted between traditionalism and funkis.
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This pair of chairs by Otto Schulz for the Boet in Gothenburg was one of the best sellers in the 1940`s. With its generous seat and back, and not least the soft cushion, it invites you to a comfortable sitting. Chairs with a mix of funkis and Art Deco. Colour of beige/brown velvet. Decorated with decornails around the legs. Measures: 74 cmHx80 cmWx53 cmD. Seat height: 42 cm.

Otto Schulz was a Swedish interior designer and writer born in Germany. In 1907 he moved to Sweden and started the 1920 furniture company Boet in Gothenburg. There he performed most of the furnishings for some of Gothenburg's most reputable. During the 1920s he also run the company Vakra Vardags Ting and started magazine Boet. A monthly magazine for home culture, craft and art industry. The magazine was published in 1928-40. Schulz introduced a new counter-thinking, his furniture was built on hand when the needs were changed and the style shifted between traditionalism and funkis.