Set of 6 Tulipe Chairs by Pierre Guariche. Ed. Steiner
Introducing the Tulip Chair, a design icon conceived in 1954 by Pierre Guariche and brought to life by Steiner. Emerging in the post-war era, this chair encapsulates the essential aims of creators during that time: crafting mass-produced furniture at an affordable cost. Designed for comfort, the Tulip Chair features a fiberglass seat shell that provides exceptional support. Its refined elegance is accentuated by the slender black tubular metal legs, embodying a minimalist and clean aesthetic that seamlessly complements various interior styles. Moreover, the Tulip Chair's practical design perfectly suits confined spaces. Its compact form and sleek silhouette make it an ideal choice for modern apartments and limited areas. Whether gathered around a dining table or used as an additional seat in a cozy corner, this chair harmoniously merges functionality with style, infusing timeless design into your living space. Embrace the Tulip Chair to experience the harmonious blend of comfort, elegance, and convenience. Pay homage to Pierre Guariche's iconic design legacy while adding a touch of sophistication to your surroundings.
Dimensions : H70 x W45 x D50 cm
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