"Torsade" Armchair by Bernard Govin. Ed. Eguizier
Undoubtedly, the torsade armchair is one of the most elusive gems in Bernard Govin's collection of works from the 1960s and 1970s. This unique armchair offers a contemporary twist on traditional bamboo and rattan seats, engaging in a captivating dialogue with iconic designs like Joseph André Motte's 'Chistera' model. The chair's design showcases a sophisticated structure composed of twisted bamboo bars and two bamboo rings, intricately interconnected. The curved bamboo pieces above form a seat, resembling a hemisphere that gracefully cradles plush leather cushions. Maintaining a seamless flow, the bars descend towards a central point, elegantly fanning out to create a round base that provides sturdy support for the chair. Eguizier, in collaboration with Govin, meticulously crafted this remarkable piece in extremely limited quantities, truly capturing the essence of Govin's artistic vision. Our armchair is in impeccable condition, a testament to its exceptional quality and craftsmanship.
Dimensions : H76 x W90 x D77 cm
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