Designer: Pierre Paulin
Model: CM 190 with footrest
Description: this model CM190 low chair was designed by Pierre Paulin, French designer, then published by Thonet in the 50's. It is very rare to find it with its footrest. The set consists of a tubular structure in dark grey lacquered metal, a backrest, a seat and a footrest in wood covered with foam and a green linen fabric.
Icon of the design of the twentieth century, this armchair has gone through the years with its minimalist lines.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration: the foams and the fabric have been changed by our upholsterer partner.
Chair : Total height: 68 cm - Seating height: 40 cm - Length: 56 cm - Depth: 52 cm
Footrest: Total height: 40 cm - Length: 56 cm - Depth: 39 cm
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