Designer: Jean Prouvé
Model: S.C.A.L 452
Description: this exceptional piece was designed in the 50's by the famous architect designer Jean Prouvé for the mining town Cansado in Mauritania. This daybed is composed of four cylindrical steel feet, a folded sheet steel structure, two end panels in mahogany veneer and a foam mattress covered with a black linen fabric.
This piece preserved in original condition with its patina is a perfect Collector's furniture!
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, amazing patina.
Restoration: the mattress was made to measure by our upholsterer partner.
Total height: 45,5 cm
Seating height: 37 cm
Length: 195 cm
Depth: 90 cm
Thickness of the mattress: 13 cm
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