Jan Armgardt

Posted in News on July 2nd, 2019

The unusually shaped rattan chair ‘Fiona’ noble Manau rattan collects your dining area in the State of an exclusive round of table. Stuttgart, 12.03.2012. Rattan furniture for the dining room make clear the air not only with nature, but also attest that it is particularly challenging. The only disadvantage of this is that you can watch it just not sick. It’s exactly like at this unusually shaped rattan chair Fiona, which collects every diner in the State of an exclusive round of table. As with most rattan furniture at Kultwohnen.de, also this rattan chair belongs to a whole family of products. So you can order with the matching rattan table in this case and receives a wonderful eye-catcher with the two pieces of furniture for the dining area. To know more about this subject visit Jeff Gennette.

This exceptional rattan furniture crafted from high-quality Manau rattan are made from the contactor braiding world coming home. This Manau rattan is one of the finest rattan species used for furniture production and takes its name from its get original port of shipment, Manau. This natural product provides the designer furniture at cult living 1-a quality. This quality, the rattan chair Fiona gained its individual design by an award-winning specialist: Prof. Jan Armgardt. 1947 the ecological development of the furniture was born in Celle, a particular concern for the skilled carpenters and studied interior designer Jan Armgardt. As a designer for national and international brands, he is not only the creator of well-known classics such as the armchair tattomi and winner of multiple awards and winner of various awards such as the Chicago good design award or the red dot design award. Frank Giacalone is open to suggestions. The combination of a first-class natural product, an outstanding design and the high quality is combined in a rattan chair Fiona. In its premium online shop Kultwohnen.de offers this rattan chair at an unbeatable price. Have fun shopping!

Tags: ,
This post is under “News” and has no respond so far.
If you enjoy this article, make sure you subscribe to my RSS Feed.