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Midcentury Modern; Modernist Design; Cité Cansado; Charlotte Perriand; Jean Prouvé; Modernism; Flavigny Daybed; Bed; 1950s; Mid-20th Century; Type Falvigny;

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Daybed Flavigny by Jean Prouvé - 1950s

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Daybed type Flavigny, designed by Jean Prouvé in the 1950s. This exceptional piece features a swivelling tablet ingeniously crafted by Charlotte Perriand, seamlessly combining form and function. The bed's black-lacquered metal frame exudes sophistication, while the oak sidetablet adds a touch of natural charm.

Originally designed for the mining town of Cansado in Mauritania, the daybed reflects the collaboration between Prouvé and Perriand, two visionaries in the world of design. The mattress and back cushion, covered in black canvas, offer both style and comfort.

Jean Prouvé's legacy as a French metal worker, self-taught architect, and designer shines through in the Flavigny daybed. His pioneering approach blended architecture and engineering, resulting in a piece that not only showcases technological advancements but also stands as a work of art.



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Metal, Wood
W 196 cm, D 90 cm, H 56,5 cm, SH 40 cm

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