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  • 3 300.00 EUR

    - LC4 lounge chair in black pony - Designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina - The chair is dated circa 1989 - Original ´Le Corbusier´ stamp visible on steel, see pictures

  • 9 999.99 EUR

    This set of eight black leather chairs was designed by Charlotte Perriand for Cassina in the 1960s. The set was used in the Ski Resort Les Arcs, circa 1960. Each chair consists of a chrome tubular frame with thick brown leather seats. The chairs are all in original condition; the frames have some patina and marks.

  • 199.99 EUR

    Charlotte  ist ein bequemer Sessel  im Retro-Design mit einem angesagten Stoffbezug mit 3 unterschiedlichen Motiven. Egal welches Sie wählen, dieser Sessel bring Schwung in jede Einrichtung. Motive Sessel Retro Stoff Charlotte : Louis XV Madame du Barry Geisha Produktdetails Sessel Retro Stoff Charlotte : Bezug: Stoff (100% Polyester) Sitzfläche: Dacron, atmungsaktiver Polyurethanschaum 21 kg/m³ Rückenlehne: Atmungsaktiver Polyurethanschaum 15 kg/m³ Motiv: 3...

  • 1 308.00 EUR

    Das Erkennungszeichen der architektonischen Entwürfe von Mario Botta sind die reinen geometrischen Volumen, die geschickt miteinander verbunden sind, und dies wird beim Sessel Charlotte ganz deutlich. Das zylindrische Element ist der Ausgangspunkt, dieses verlängert sich im oberen Bereich auf der Innenseite, wodurch eine Sitz!äche entsteht, die im Nichts zu schweben scheint. Die absoluten, aber leeren Volumen machen Charlotte kompakt und gleichzeitig leicht. Der Stuhl ist aus natürlichem...

  • 1 250.00 EUR

    This F543 armchair was designed by Pierre Paulin for Artifort, circa 1965. It is upholstered in a dark gray fabric which is slightly worn in some places (though no holes to report).

  • 2 350.00 EUR

    This mid-century lounge chair in the model 200 was designed by Kho Liang Ie for Artifort in 1959. This variation on the 199 model, places the teak frame and seating on a metal frame instead of a wooden one. The 416 and 024 series emerged from the 200 one.

  • 5 800.00 EUR

    This pair of French lounge chairs in the style of Charlotte Perriand feature ash frames with a woven sisal rope seat and backrest. The chairs have a handmade aesthetic and are patinated.

  • 4 046.00 EUR

    Bezug: Leder schwarz Charlotte Perriand entwarf Ombra 1953 in Tokio für das Haus ihres Ehemannes. Die Sitzfläche von Ombra ruht auf linearen, verchrom

  • 695.00 EUR

    This wooden lounge chair with rattan backrest was probably designed by Dutch modernist interior architect Bas van Pelt. This chair is a model of early Dutch design with the focus on craftsmanship and strongly reminiscent of works by Charlotte Perriand or Pierro Chapo designs. The influence of the English Arts & Crafts movement is also recognizable.

  • 580.00 EUR

    This butterfly armchair or BKF was manufactured by Artek-Pascoe in the 1940s or 1950s. It features a structure in tubular iron and a yellow canvas seat. The cover is of American origin, probably added later. The piece is in good vintage condition, the fabric is washed out in places, some stitching can be a bit worn. The solid iron structure has all the traces of time due to its age, which gives the iron a patina. The Artek-Pascoe edition of the butterfly chair lasted only a few decades until the...

  • 3 500.00 EUR

    This piece was designed by Eileen Gray. Bibendum is a chair reissued by Classicon that was originally designed for the furnishing of the Villa E 1027. Eileen Gray calls this chair Bibendum to emphasize the forms reminiscent of the Michelin man. It is composed of a U-shaped chromed steel tube structure and a seat padded with polyurethane, polyester wadding and covered with leather. Eileen Gray was one of the first to use tubular steel structures like other designers such as Marcel Breuer and...

  • 4 200.00 EUR

    This ´Casablanca´ armchair and footrest were designed by Jaime Tresserra, circa 1987, and were produced in Spain by Tresserra Design circa 1987. Made from walnut and featuring velveteen upholstery, the pieces are in a good original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a patina. The fabric has some stains. Tresserra was born in Barcelona in 1943, and is currently the director and designer of his company J. Tresserra Design. In 1987 he decided to establish his own...

  • 3 749.00 EUR

    This mid-century lounge chair was designed by Marco Zanuso per Arflex (Milan) in 1951. It features a frame in metal, padding in expanded polyurethane, and powder pink fabric upholstery. This masterpiece of Italian design was exhibited in the IX Triennale in Milan in 1951, and won the Golden Medal, achieving immediately the status of a modern design icon. It is exposed in several museums all over the world, such as the MoMa in New York, the Triennale in Milan, the Triennale in Tokyo Permanent...

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