These armchairs were designed in the 1950s in France. It is composed of a patinated oak structure, a seat and a backrest in cowhide. Straight and minimalist lines are typical of post-war furniture, the reconstruction period.
The cowhide is timeless and will be placed in all interior styles, these armchairs can be placed in front of a sofa in a living room but also separated in several rooms of the house: why not one in the entrance and the other in your bedroom?
These armchairs have been reupholstered in cowhide inspired by the famous model designed by Charlotte Perriand for the Méribel ski resort.
- the wood has some traces of time
this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice patina of the wood
- the fabric of this product has been changed by our upholsterer partner.
- 75 cm
- Seating height:
- 39 cm
- 57 cm
- 55,5 cm
- Armrest height:
- 63,5 cm