French Pair of Lounge Chairs with Constructivist Wooden Frame

$6,700.00 USD per set
$6,700.00 USD

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Pair of armchairs, beech, metal, fabric, France, 1950s

These armchairs strongly remind of the iconic chairs created by the talented French designer René Gabriel (1899-1950), who is known for his reconstructivist approach to furniture design. The design embodies an evolved rustic character with great quality of elegance. This is discernible in the wooden frame which is based on a construction of sharp horizontal and vertical lines. The chair can be extended forwards that transforms the chair into a lounger, inviting the sitter to have a pleasant and enjoyable time while sitting on it. The armchair is an elegant and well-proportioned piece within a simplistic construction that allows it to fit seamlessly into any interior.

Please note that the depicted photographs show an example of the way this item can be tailored to specific wishes of our clients. We kindly ask you to contact our design experts to discuss your wishes regarding upholstery and finishing. Your special requests can be realized by the experienced craftsmen and -women in our own in-house restoration and upholstery atelier. With high attention to the original, they make sure every piece retains its value and is ready for the many years to come. Please note that a custom-made reupholstered chair has a lead-time of twelve to fourteen weeks. All to meet our high-quality and standards.

Please note that the coil springs of the metal frame contain rust.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • date of manufacture 1950s
  • dimensions Height 33.08 in. Width 25.99 in. Depth 37.41 in. Seat Height 15.75 in.
  • dimensions Height 84 cm Width 66 cm Depth 95 cm Seat Height 40 cm
  • material Beech Fabric Metal
  • origin France
  • period 1950-1959
  • style Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • Barcode 50111888