Designer: Pierre Guariche
Model: Tulip aluminum
Description: This set of 6 chairs was designed by the famous French designer Pierre Guariche in 1953 for Steiner. It is composed of a tubular base in black lacquered metal and a molded shell, hollowed out in the center, in cast aluminum.
This chair is for the time a real innovation, it is ideal for small spaces and will easily find its place in a vintage or contemporary interior.
Condition: This product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Totale height: 70 cm
Seating height: 43 cm
Length: 45 cm
Depth: 38 cm
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