The most popular piece of Polish Mid-century design now in new trendy colours.
Its characteristic scissor-shaped legs, compactness and comfort make it perfect choice for apartments and commercial spaces alike.
Authentic icon of the 60s, made with premium quality materials and a contemporary touch.
It's finished with utmost care to ensure top-shape longevity. Above all, we
believe that our work is not only about the product or the price tag, but also about how things are done. That is why we put great effort into making our activity sustainable: eco-friendly and socially conscious.
Over 500,000 copies were manufactured between the 1960s and the 1980s. Now, over 30 years later, it has been revived, based on Józef Chierowski’s original design. The 366 seats series includes: Armchair, Rocking Chair, 2-Seater, Rocking 2-Seater, 3-Seater, Sofa and Rocking Sofa and the series of matching Coffee Tables.
Reissued by 366 Concept in 2014.
Available in 3 sizes: original from the 1960s, 366 PLUS – larger version, adjusted for
today’s standards & 366 Junior – for kids 3-12 years old.
Available in 5 colours of Oakwood.
Made of solid wood.
Upholstery available in all fabrics, as well as natural leather (special order).
Awarded MUST HAVE 2015 AT ŁÓDŹ DESIGN FESTIVAL.
Chosen fox exhibition PAN by OMA Architects in LONDON DESIGN MUSEUM.
Appeared in french movie about famous director Jean-Luc Godard - “Redoubtable”.
Godard had a 366 armchair in red at his Parisian appartment in the 60s.
Structure: Solid Wood / Suspensions: Wave springs / Cushion: Hr foam, polyester wadding
Legs: Oak / Upholstery: All Collections
Note: The whole construction and fabric is made all in one piece, except the Rocking Chair, the runner has to be assembled.
366 CONCEPT - The company name comes from our flagship product - Model 366 Armchair. The most popular piece of Polish Mid - Century furniture. Its characteristic scissor-shaped legs, compactness and comfort make it ideal for apartments and commercial spaces alike.
Named an Icon of European Design by the Design Museum London exhibition of OMA