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Fauteuil Direction Arm Chair - Black

Fauteuil Direction Arm Chair - Black

ITEM # 944937

Sale: $299


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Large back and seat cushions

Wood armrests

Tube metal front legs

Heirloom Quality Manufacturing

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Why we fancy this

The Fauteuil Direction Arm Chair is all about comfort. Large black upholstered seat and back cushions are complimented by wood arm rests. The back legs are large metal planes, and couple with the tube metal front legs, the style is distinctly mid-century modern. But while the Fauteuil Direction Arm Chair shares the focus on simplicity with other MCM designs, this chair is dedicated to offering the best in expemplary comfort. Inspired by Jean Prouve.

This item is a mid-century reproduction inspired by jean prouve and is in no way affiliated with the designer or its original manufacturer.

Product Details


h 31.25"w 25.25"d 24.00"
seat dimensions
h 18.00"
arm height: 25.50"



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Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

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Due to shipping restrictions, we cannot ship this item outside contiguous United States.

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Inspired by jean prouve

The benefits of collectability and its attendant rediscovery of lost treasures herald the reemergence of Jean Prouvé. At the outset of modern furniture design, he brought his training as an engineer into the realm of furniture production. In his own day, Prouvé fashioned esteemed pieces in collaboration with some of the greatest designers of his era. Prefiguring the rise of American and Scandinavian designers in the era of mid-century modernism, Prouvé avoided designs that were overtly formal. Instead he worked in developing efficient designs that made radical use of emerging materials from the rise of industry.