Le Chat Lounge Chair designed by Pierre Paulin (1967)


Reintroduced by Artifort in 2007, Le Chat looks as if it were designed with a single movement of the pen. The backrest and seat seem to leap out of the rear base. This is the source of its interplay of lines. With “Le Chat” Pierre Paulin used aluminum profiles for …

Reintroduced by Artifort in 2007, Le Chat looks as if it were designed with a single movement of the pen. The backrest and seat seem to leap out of the rear base. This is the source of its interplay of lines. With “Le Chat” Pierre Paulin used aluminum profiles for the first time as a base. Later he also used them for the F 598, one of Artiforts classics. In 1969, Le Chat won the Monza Design Award. Le Chat features an upholstered body with base in anodized aluminum.

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