The set of two safari chairs. They was designed by Karin Mobring for the Swedish brand Ikea in 1972. The model is called Diana and represents the old-school design thought of a big concern. The armchairs have a light form with a full profile. The closed frame is made of solid colored wood. On it there is a seat with a backrest made of natural cotton canvas. The seat is hanging, mounted on transverse wooden tubes. The rear tube is attached to the frame with natural leather straps. Both the use of canvas as upholstery material and military straps emphasize the original, military character of the safari seats. The inspiration for the creation of these models were the British Army chairs used during the stationing in Africa. Since then, various salon variations have been created and our armchairs are one of them.
They have been undergoing maintenance. It has natural changes in structure, yellowing and abrasions, including one on the corner of the backrest. The seat is at a height of 36 cm.