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100% Made in Italy. Base of chromium-plated steel tubing. Interior wooden bended frame covered with unshaped expanded polyurethane foam. Leather upholstery.
This armchair was designed by Eileen Gray for the Madame Mathieu-Lévy’s apartment in Rue de Lota. She ironically called it “Bibendum” due to the resemblance in shape with the popular symbol of Michelin. This armchair shows the stylistic turn of Gray, known until then for the use of precious materials and oriental lacquers, as well as for her original and eccentric forms. The ironic touch remains, a reference to her creative freedom, but the line and the materials attest Gray’s migration towards the more severe and austere Modernism. Polished chrome tubular steel base. Interior bent wood frame. Crushproof polyurethane foam padding. Leather upholstery.
- Product details
- Dimensions: L90 P83 H73 HS41 cm
- Inspiré par: Eileen Gray
10 YEAR WARRANTY
- TOP QUALITY: 0.8 - 1 mm thick. natural grain
- CHROMAGE TOP: high thicknesschrome manual brushing and metal
- MANUFACTURED BY CRAFTSMEN
- UNIQUE STRUCTURE AND SPECIAL WELDING