Paulistano Arm Chair in Leather
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Designed by Pritzker Prize recipient Paulo Mendes da Rocha, this iconic lounge chair is timeless, comfortable and chic.
Designed in 1957, this legendary lounge chair has remained a design favorite for the past six decades. Originally designed for the lounge of the Athletic Club of S_o Paulo, the chair was inducted into the Museum of Modern Arts permanent collection in 2007. As one of our favorites, the chair boasts an elegant and angular profile without any sacrifice to comfort.
The chairs frame is made from a single piece of steel and is finished in polished stainless steel or a matte-black, Phosphated carbon steel. The frame is paired with a full grain, semi-aniline leather sling seat, which is available in a variety of handsome color options. Please expect a certain level of color variation and natural markings on each leather sling, as these are made from natural, semi-aniline leather that is meant to patina with age and use.
Manufactured in France by Objekto, a French-Brazilian purveyor of design. This product is certified authentic and produced to the designers original specifications. This item ships directly from France. Please inquire about shipping rates and lead times if purchasing multiple units.
32 in H x 27.5 in W x 27.5 in L
Seat Height: 15 in
Stainless steel, phosphatized steel, semi-analine leather
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Please expect a certain level of color variation and natural markings on each leather sling, as these are made from natural, semi-analine leather that is meant to patina with age and use.
Please inquire for shipping rates if ordering multiple units.