This pair of lounge chairs in original black stretch fabric was designed by Olivier Morgue in the 1960s. The chairs are very comfortable due to a slightly flexible base.
This vintage chair includes the original vintage stretch fabric.
A pair of lounge chairs in original black stretch fabric, very comfortable because of the slightly flexible base, and produced circa 1960.
This De Sede DS31 chair is almost 50 years old and very comfortable. It is made of thick leather from the mountain cows in Germany and Switzerland.
Bishop and Clerk is a mountain peak in Australia. The unobstructed view from this point and its unique height inspired the creation of the Clerk armchair, an original design piece in cotton velvet. It was designed in-house by Brabbu for Covet Paris.
This second generation Fiocco chair from the 1970s features pink stretch fabric between tubular metal. It was designed by Gianni Pareschi of Gruppo G14 and manufactured by Busnelli in Italy.
The Djinn chair and ottoman were made famous by Stanley Kubrik in the movie 2001 a Space Odyssey. This chair and ottoman feature the original frames reupholstered in new stretch Jersey which complies with current fire safety regulations, but looks exactly like the original fabric.