Contact our expert team: firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional information.100% Made in Italy. Stacking chair. Frame in painted steel. Available also with upholstered seat on demand and leather or fabric upholstery.
This chair is generally attributed to Robert Mallet-Stevens, due to the fact that a very similar model appears in pictures of his Villa Cavroix’ kitchen (1932) and in another pictures of a restaurant he designed. It was probably created around 1928, even if – according to other scholars – the intellectual property could not belong to Mallet-Stevens, because it does not correspond to his style and because in his projects, the architect frequently used furnishings that he did not design. This is a chair with a structure in steel tubes and sheet metal. It is simple, linear and practical because it is stackable. This characteristic was probably planned to allow economical serial production. All these arguments support attributing it to Mallet-Stevens, because they coincide with his vision of architecture: a marked propensity to the functionality of the object, the simplicity and basic lines, the design of furnishings for the production in series. Stacking chair. Lacquered steel frame. On request, also available with padded seat and leather or fabric upholstery.
- Product details
- Dimensions: L45 P45 H82 cm
- Inspired by: Mallet-Stevens
10 YEAR WARRANTY
- TOP LEATHER: 1.2 - 1.4 mm thick. natural grain. aniline leather
- CHROMAGE TOP: high thicknesschrome manual brushing and metal
- MANUFACTURED BY CRAFTSMEN
- UNIQUE STRUCTURE AND SPECIAL WELDING