After the sober 1940s, there was a return to economic prosperity and optimism. This was also seen in the development of furniture. Chair Indigenous Inca is a good example of this period. It is a so called cocktail/club chair from the fifties/sixties. It is a small chair with a characteristic round back. This type of chair was used for drinking cocktails. Indigenous Inca is covered with a Kelim fabric from the area Anatolia in Turkey at the front. Kelim is the term for a special weaving technique of rugs that are made of wool. The back has been covered with a new fabric Maori from Nobilis.
Dimensions Indigenous Inca: h 72 x w 61 x d 55 cm