Bouroullec - Vegetal
Bouroullec Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec, the two brothers of French design, we created this chair which reminds us of garden furniture. Yet designed for the interior, it will surprise your guests.
Eames - DSW
Eames The chair of the couple Ray and Charles Eames is part of a large collection of armchairs and chairs with different feet and seats, but which remains in the same aesthetic set.
Saarinen - Tulip
Saarinen Published by Knoll since 1956, the Tulip chair is one of the designer's flagship creations. Its flower shape and base are typical of the 1970s, for a vintage and pop interior.
Habitat - Ruskin
Habitat This solid oak and oak veneer chair is a creation of designer Nick Green exclusively for Habitat. It will easily find its place under a glass table in a designer interior.
Ikea - PS
Ikea This chair with a particular design allows an additional support of the head thanks to its raised back. Its dark wood design can be combined with a dining table or a glass desk.
Jacobsen - Ant
Jacobsen Very often copied, the ant chair is an original model signed by designer Arne Jacobsen. This Danish was considered to be Le Corbusier du Nord. His chair is still the best-selling Danish piece of furniture in the world today.
Panton - S
Panton Injection molded, the creation of Verner Panton is easily stackable. Playful and colorful, it will easily integrate into an industrial or pop atmosphere.
Starck - Ghost
Starck The creator we no longer present here succeeded in playing with the codes of classic furniture and applying them to contemporary design. The Louis XVI medallion chair becomes a flagship accessory of the design and contemporary living room.
Tolix - A
Tolix Monument of industrial design, the A chair designed by Xavier Pauchard is stackable. Made of metal, it will withstand the years, for the happiness of the whole family.