Pierre Paulin, Ribbon Chairs by Artifort – 1990s

CHF 12,000.00

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The Ribbon Chair, with its distinctive silhouette is an iconic piece of furniture designed in 1966 by Pierre Paulin:

Pierre Paulin was a Paris-born French designer, who created his best known pieces in cooperation with Artifort (The Netherlands). Famous are the Tongue or the Ribbon Chair, featured in several museums such as the MOMA in New York, and Centre Pompidou in Paris.

The Ribbon Chairs on offer are in excellent vintage condition; they have been reupholstered in a light pink bouclé fabric. The lounge chairs are very comfortable to sit it, the teddy like ultra-soft bouclé invites you to stay seated and feel cosy.

Ribbon chairs are not often available in a pair, and in this condition;

Do not hesitate to contact us for any further questions!


Materials: Metal, fabric

Origination: Netherlands, 1990s

Condition: Very good, minor signs of use on the base



Height: 72 cm
Width: 100 cm
Depth: 74 cm

Seating height: 40 cm

Price for the pair

Additional information

Weight 200 kg

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