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French Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs by Andrée Putman, 1970

French Mid-Century Modern Lounge Chairs by Andrée Putman, 1970




    A stunning pair of sculptural and angular lounge/club chairs designed by Andrée Putman, circa 1970s. These chairs beautifully upholstered in plush brown velvet feature 2" wide chrome plated front legs that wrap up onto the front of the arms. Angular form with sweeping convex curved back. Fully upholstered with a tight seat and back. Chrome legs are in excellent condition with no rust or pitting. Incorporating elements of Art Deco design with Space Age modernism, these chairs are forward looking while maintaining roots in Classic design, making them as versatile as they are aesthetically captivating.


    Grand dame of late 20th century luxury Andrée Putman (née Aynard) was a French interior and furniture designer revered for her late-age career that saw the creation of glamorous yet pared down—Deco meets modernist—spaces and objects for a vast range of stylish global clients. Putman's clients included Yves Saint Laurent, Azzedine Alaia, and Karl Lagerfeld.



    Height: 31.5" x Width: 28" x Depth: 34"
    Seat Height: 18"



    Good. Reupholstered. Wear consistent with age and use. Professionally re-upholstered and shiny chrome legs.


    Please contact us for availability of the piece and for more information on condition. We are pleased to offer worldwide shipping. Contact for shipping quotes. 


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Ships From: Dallas, TX
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