This pair of armchairs was designed by the little-known artist Georges Bourgeois, known as Djo Bourgeois, in the 1930s. It is composed of a square section structure forming a seat and armrests, the whole made from oak. Two pieces of stretched brown leather form the seat and the backrest.
A nice set of armchairs to place in front of your sofa, timeless colors that will fit into all styles of decoration. The wood has a magnificent patina of time.
It has a comfortable seat quality for a pleasant moment of relaxation.
A brief career for the artist who left far too soon, he was one of the rising stars alongside Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Chareau and Robert Mallet-Stevens.