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Jindrich Halabala Stools

Czechoslovakian, 1903-1978

Thanks to design lovers’ enthusiasm for Art Deco and mid-century modern furniture, and the increasingly competitive market for pieces by more famous creators, 20th-century Czech designers are making their way back onto the international stage. Foremost among these talents is Jindrich Halabala.

Halabala was a cabinetmaker’s son whose training was almost wholly focused on woodwork, first at a state-run vocational school for woodworking in Valašské Meziříčí and later at UP Závody in Brno, where he ultimately became chief designer. His curvaceous bentwood H chairs, such as the H269 and H237, and stylized ottomans have become classics, while his 1930s and 1940s sofas, tables and storage cabinets, with their sweeping curves, stylized geometry and dark, richly grained wood, embody the best of Art Deco furniture design, a style that was brought to worldwide attention at an exhibition in Paris in 1925.

Some see Halabala's work as the segue between early 1900s Czech Cubism and the modern style that dominated the mid-century.

Find a collection of vintage Jindrich Halabala furniture today on 1stDibs.

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Creator: Jindrich Halabala
Art Deco Tabouret Designed by Jindřich Halabala, 1940s
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
Only very small traces of use.  
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Art Deco Tabouret Designed by Jindřich Halabala, 1940s
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
has signs of use good original condition  
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Art Deco Tabouret Designed by Jindřich Halabala, 1940s
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
has signs of use good original condition  
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Jindřich Halabala for Up závody Pair of Art Deco Stools in Fabric, 1930s
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Praha 2, Hlavní město Praha
Pair of Art Deco stools or ottomans in light fabric and wood designed by Jindřich Halabala and manufactured by UP závody in the former Czechoslovakia, 1930s. These elegant Art Deco ...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Jindřich Halabala Art Deco Stool in Fabric, 1930s
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Praha 2, Hlavní město Praha
Art Deco stool or ottoman in fabric and wood designed by Jindřich Halabala and manufactured by UP závody in the former Czechoslovakia, 1930s. This elegant Art Deco stool was designe...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Up to 3 Art Deco Jindrich Halabala Stool, Leaf Pattern, Pouf, Ottoman, 1930s
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Vienna, AT
Actually 3 poufs available! Up to three beautiful Art Deco tabouret or stools / foot stools from the 1930s. Designed by Jindrich Halabala for UP Zavody, former Czechoslovakia. Amazi...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Original Beech Art Deco Stool by Jindřich Halabala, UP Závody, Czech, 1930s
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Horomerice, CZ
Stool Material: Beech, upholstery Source: Czechia Period: 1930-39 Designed by Jindrich Halabala, a renowned designer credited with ushering in the mass market production of furnit...
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Early 20th Century Czech Art Deco Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Beech, Upholstery

Up to 3 Art Deco Jindrich Halabala Stool, Leaf Pattern, Pouf, Ottoman, 1930s
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Vienna, AT
Actually 3 poufs available! Up to three beautiful Art Deco tabouret or stools / foot stools from the 1930s. Designed by Jindrich Halabala for UP Zavody, former Czechoslovakia. Amazi...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Jindrich Halabala Square Stool in Red Upholstery
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Jindrich Halabala for UP Závody, footstool / tabouret / ottoman, fabric, stained oak, Czech Republic, 1930s. This poetic pouf is designed in the 1930s when the Art Deco Period was a...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Oak

Jindřich Halabala for UP Závody Stool in Floral Tapestry Fabric, 1930s
By Jindrich Halabala, Up Závody
Located in Praha 2, Hlavní město Praha
Stool in floral tapestry fabric and wood designed by Jindrich Halabala and manufactured by UP závody in former Czechoslovakia, 1930s. This elegant Art Deco stool was designed by Jindrich Halabala and manufactured by UP závody in the 1930s. This particular piece stands out in its appearance by retaining its original floral tapestry fabric and iconic ridged design. Functionality in this stool arises through various functions, as you can simultaneously use it as an ottoman for your lounge chair or as a stool to sit on. By employing the designer’s aesthetic vocabulary and materials, this piece is unequaled in its appearance and is sure to add character to one’s interior and brighten up the space by adding a touch of style and elegance. This stool is in good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use. Date of manufacture: 1930s Origin: Czechoslovakia Material: Wood, Tapestry fabric Dimensions: Height 40 cm x Width 38 cm x Depth 38 cm Condition: In good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use. About the designer: Renowned Czech designer and educator Jindřich Halabala (1903-1978) was known above all for his distinctive style of furniture designs he created for UP závody in Brno between the 1920s and the 1950s, where he served as chief designer, a position that strongly helped him to fundamentally influence the appearance of inter-war and post-war Czech households. There, Halabala also met the company’s founder, renowned Czech architect Jan Vaňek (1891-1962). Jindřich Halabala was born into the family of cabinetmaker Štěpán Halabala whose work he learned in a family business in the late 1910s. During the 1930s, Jindřich Halabala developed the famous H series as well as a range of different wooden and tubular steel furniture models, mainly inspired by Dutch architect and designer Mart Stam (1899-1986) and Hungarian-German modernist architect and designer Marcel Breuer (1902-1981). These functionalist designs, which were produced in the manufacturer’s branch in the town of Hodonín, are today highly sought-after collectible items. Focusing primarily on woodwork, first at the State Czechoslovak Vocational School for Wood Processing in the town of Valašské Meziříčí and later at UP závody in Brno, Halabala designed a wide selection of furniture highlighted mainly by great attention to detail and superb sculptural quality, making them hence unequal in their unique appearance. Halabal’s work exemplifies why it is widely considered to be a connection between innovative Czech Cubism from 1910, Art Deco from the early 1920s, and European modern art after the Second World War. Today, his designs endure great popularity among international interior designers and private collectors and can also be found in the permanent collections of institutions such as the Museum of Art in Olomouc, the Moravská Gallery in Brno, and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Arguably among Jindřich Halabala’s most renowned furniture models are the H-79 functionalist chair...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Jindřich Halabala for UP Závody Stool in Floral Tapestry Fabric, 1930s
By Up Závody, Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha 2, Hlavní město Praha
Stool in floral tapestry fabric and wood designed by Jindrich Halabala and manufactured by UP Závody in former Czechoslovakia, 1930s. This elegant Art Deco stool was designed by Jindrich Halabala and manufactured by UP Závody in the 1930s. This particular piece stands out in its appearance by retaining its original floral tapestry fabric and iconic ridged design. Functionality in this stool arises through various functions, as you can simultaneously use it as an ottoman for your lounge chair or as a stool to sit on. By employing the designer’s aesthetic vocabulary and materials, this piece is unequalled in its appearance and is sure to add character to one’s interior and brighten up the space by adding a touch of style and elegance. This stool is in good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use. Date of manufacture: 1930s Origin: Czechoslovakia Material: Wood, Tapestry fabric Dimensions: Height 40 cm x Width 38 cm x Depth 38 cm Condition: In good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use. About the designer: Renowned Czech designer and educator Jindřich Halabala (1903-1978) was known above all for his distinctive style of furniture designs he created for UP závody in Brno between the 1920s and the 1950s, where he served as chief designer, a position that strongly helped him to fundamentally influence the appearance of inter-war and post-war Czech households. There, Halabala also met the company’s founder, renowned Czech architect Jan Vaňek (1891-1962). Jindřich Halabala was born into the family of cabinetmaker Štěpán Halabala whose work he learned in a family business in the late 1910s. During the 1930s, Jindřich Halabala developed the famous H series as well as a range of different wooden and tubular steel furniture models, mainly inspired by Dutch architect and designer Mart Stam (1899-1986) and Hungarian-German modernist architect and designer Marcel Breuer (1902-1981). These functionalist designs, which were produced in the manufacturer’s branch in the town of Hodonín, are today highly sought-after collectible items. Focusing primarily on woodwork, first at the State Czechoslovak Vocational School for Wood Processing in the town of Valašské Meziříčí and later at UP závody in Brno, Halabala designed a wide selection of furniture highlighted mainly by great attention to detail and superb sculptural quality, making them hence unequal in their unique appearance. Halabal’s work exemplifies why it is widely considered to be a connection between innovative Czech Cubism from 1910, Art Deco from the early 1920s, and European modern art after the Second World War. Today, his designs endure great popularity among international interior designers and private collectors and can also be found in the permanent collections of institutions such as the Museum of Art in Olomouc, the Moravská Gallery in Brno, and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Arguably among Jindřich Halabala’s most renowned furniture models are the H-79 functionalist chair...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Jindrich Halabala Square Stool in Light Blue Upholstery
By Up Závody, Jindrich Halabala
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Jindrich Halabala for UP Závody, footstool / tabouret / ottoman, fabric, stained oak, Czech Republic, 1930s. This poetic pouf is designed in the 1930s when the Art Deco Period was a...
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Oak

Art Deco Tabouret by Jindrich Halabala for UP Zavody, 1930s
By Up Závody, Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
Iconic type original fabric confortable.
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Art Deco Tabouret by Jindrich Halabala for Up Zavody, 1940s
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
- Made in Czechoslovakia. - Made of wood, fabric. - Good condition, sturdy and stabile. - Cleaned.
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

Art Deco Tabouret Designed by Jindřich Halabala, 1940s
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
Traces of use.  
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

1940s Jindrich Halabala Tabouret, Czechoslovakia
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
- good original condition with minor signs of use.
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric

Art Deco Tabouret by Jindrich Halabala for Up Zavody, 1930s
By Up Závody, Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
- Made in Czechoslovakia - Made of wood, fabric - Good original fabric
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric

Art Deco Tabouret by Jindrich Halabala for Up Zavody, 1930s
By Up Závody, Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
- Made in Czechoslovakia - Made of wood, fabric - Good original upholstery.
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1930s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric

1940s Jindrich Halabala Tabouret, Czechoslovakia
By Jindrich Halabala
Located in Praha, CZ
- good original condition with minor signs of use.
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1940s Czech Art Deco Vintage Jindrich Halabala Stools

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Fabric, Wood

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Jindrich Halabala stools for sale on 1stDibs.

Jindrich Halabala stools are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of fabric and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Jindrich Halabala stools, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original stools by Jindrich Halabala were created in the Art Deco style in europe during the mid-20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider stools by and UP Závody. Prices for Jindrich Halabala stools can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $571 and can go as high as $4,811, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $900.

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