This armchair was designed in the 1930s by the French designer Francis Jourdain. Entirely in beech, it is composed of four square section legs connected by spacers, a backrest and hollowed armrests. The seat is made up of criss-crossed pieces of brown leather.
We love this model for plunging us directly into an ethnic chic atmosphere. It will be perfect in front of a sofa, around a coffee table for moments of conviviality, it can also furnish a bedroom corner.
Francis Jourdain's furniture is described as useful, uncluttered and unadorned, betting on this armchair with its minimalist style.
- Francis Jourdain
- this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice patina of the wood
- the leather has been changed by our upholsterer partner
this product has been cleaned and checked in our restoration workshop
- 85,5 cm
- Seating height:
- 33 cm
- 66 cm
- 76 cm
- Armrest height:
- 59,5 cm