Charlotte Perriand large bench model Archeboc in pine Les Arcs 1970

Description

This bench was designed by the famous designer Charlotte Perriand in 1968 for the Archeboc residence of Les Arcs ski resort. It consists of two lateral feet on which rest four thick slats, all is made of pine. Three cushions in foam covered with a beige cotton fabric complete the seat.

Unique patina for this bench that will bring the vintage touch of your interior.

Charlotte Perriand, a lover of the mountains, started for 20 years in the design, construction and development of ski resorts in collaboration with Jean Prouvé, Guy Rey-Millet and others ... In the major themes of layout of the designer we find; a double height, a storage staircase to the Japanese, a bay window and a balcony opening on the landscape.

Product Details
2261

Data sheet

Designer:
Charlotte Perriand
Model:
Archeboc les Arcs
Condition:
this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice patina of wood. It has a slight crack visible picture n ° 14
Restoration:
the foam and the fabric of this product have been changed by our upholsterer partner.
Height:
51 cm (with cushion) - 40 cm (without cushion)
Length:
192cm
Depth:
58 cm
Charlotte Perriand large bench model Archeboc in pine Les Arcs 1970
€2,850.00

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