Designer: Marcel Gascoin
Producer: Arhec (Aménagement Rationnel de l'Habitation Et des Collectivités)
Model: C upholstered
Description: this rare chair is the upholsterer version of the C model designed by Marcel Gascoin for Arhec in the 50s. It is composed of a solid oak structure, a seat and a back in fabric. This chair has been re-upholsterer with the Beige Bergamo range from Bisson Bruneel, a French fabric publisher.
Marcel Gascoin is a French designer known for his creations of minimalist wooden furniture accessible to the general public.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice patina of wood.
Restoration: the foam and the fabric have been changed by our upholsterer partner.
Height: 80 cm
Seating height: 48 cm
Length: 43 cm
Depth: 50 cm
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