Lounge Chair by Jacques Adnet
Important lounge chair created in 1928 by Jacques Adnet. This piece was one of the very first creation of Adnet as director of the Compagnie des Arts Français. His misson there was to develop a modern style after Louis Süe forced depart. The structure of this magnificent piece is in solid oak. Note the breautiful detail of the armrests: a square section in two leves, that goes down in a sensual but rational curve at the front. The two inverted U structures support a reclinning backseat (3 positions) to satisfy optimal comfort. It has undergone a complete restoration of its upholstery (traditional french horsehair tapestry). After we covered it with cream-colored "Alpaga" fabric from Bisson Bruneel® house.
Dimensions : L78 x D70 x H90 cm
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