Designer: Pierre Paulin
Description: this model chair CM196, iconic creation of the French designer Pierre Paulin, was published by Thonet in the 50's. It is composed of a solid tubular structure in black metal, then a back and a seat in foam covered with a black and white fabric.
With its minimalist design line, this chair will be perfect with a desk.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration: the foam and the fabric have been changed by our upholsterer partner.
Total height: 78 cm
Seating height: 48 cm
Length: 47 cm
Depth: 47 cm
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