Michel Cadestin for Airborne 'Yoga' Lounge Chairs in Fiberglass
Michel Cadestin for Airborne pair of 'Yoga' lounge chairs, fiberglass, padded leather, France, 1970s
A pair of remarkable lounge chairs designed by Michel Cadestin for Airborne in the 1970s. These lounge chairs, model 'Yoga', are easily recognized as a design made in the 1970s. Their color, form, and use of materials is all in line with the ethos in furniture design of that period in time. The body of this design, the frames, is made in a bright orange fiberglass. With seats and backrests in padded white leather, these pieces are utterly comfortable and a delightful sight for the eyes.
Michel Cadestin (born 1942) is a French interior architect and designer, a graduate of the National School of Decorative Arts and École Boulle. In 1978, he won the competition for the furniture of the Center Pompidou. He participated in various International exhibitions, his 'Papillon' armchair was to be seen in New York in 1983. Another important event for Cadestin was the Paris International Furniture Fair, which awarded him the Creation Prize in 1982.
Please note that these chairs are in good, used condition and show minor signs of wear and use common for pieces this age.
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