Atelier C. Demoyen Set of Four Dining Chairs in Elm and Cognac Leather
Atelier C. Demoyen, set of four dining chairs, elm, leather, rope, brass, France, 1970s
Atelier C. Demoyen (Claude de Moyen) gained prominence as a workshop recognized for crafting, among others, Pierre Chapo's designs. Consequently, their own furniture creations bear the hallmark of impeccable craftsmanship and the use of premium quality materials. Situated in a small French municipality of Moncel-lès-Lunéville, their operations commenced around 1976. Their body of work is distinguished by the primary utilization of solid wood, expertly constructed through intricate wood joinery techniques. The present chairs are a striking example of this approach, showing affinities with the S24 model conceived by Pierre Chapo. Crafted from solid elmwood, the chairs exhibit a refined terse design that is both sleek and contemporary in appearance. The cognac leather seating lends a sense of sophistication, while also providing a comfortable and ergonomic seating experience. Of particular note is the remarkable attention to detail evident in the construction of these chairs. The laced underside of the seat and the expert wood joinery, showcase the mastery of the craftsman.
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