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Pierre Paulin; F444; Lounge Chair; Artifort; 1970s; Netherlands; Holland; Cognac; Leather; Metal Frame; Easy Chair; Armchair;

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Pierre Paulin F444 Leather Lounge Chair Artifort - 1970's

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Pierre Paulin F444 lounge chair in dark cognac leather, manufactured by Artifort in Holland in the 1970s. Model F444 features a solid metal frame gives a nice contrast to the cognac leather. A sturdy and streamlined design with an angled open seat. In good original condition, with a beautiful patina on the saddle leather. A very comfortable chair, perfect for lounging.

Pierre Paulin was most famous for his innovative designs during the 1960s when he worked for Artifort. His most famed chair designs were the Mushroom chair (1959), Ribbon chair (1966) and Tongue chair (1968). Pierre Paulin was as well highly influential during the 1970s. He was invited by Mobilier national to decorate the private apartments of Georges Pompidou in the Élysée Palace (1971). He was then invited again in 1983 to furnish the office of François Mitterrand. He also redesigned the interiors of the Denon Wing of the Louvre Museum, the hall of Tapestries in the Paris City Hall, the Economic and Social Council assembly room, the Green Room of the state radio's Broadcasting House ("Maison de la Radio") the Nikko Hotel and other places.



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W 82 cm, D 70 cm, H 97 cm, SH 34 cm

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