SK660 / PIERRE GUARICHE ARMCHAIRS FOR STEINER (1950)
Pair of armchairs by Pierre Guariche, Steiner edition circa 1950. Tubular base in black lacquered metal, seats redone and covered with a green khaki cotton fabric (Casamance).
Length : 27.56 in / 70 cm
Height : 31.5 in / 80 cm
Width : 31.5 in / 80 cm
Weigth : 17.64 lb / 8 kg
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Materials: Tubular base in black lacquered metal, seats redone and covered with a green khaki cotton fabric (Casamance)
Date: Circa 1950
State: Excellent after a complete renovation of the base and cladding
Size: Seat height 38 cm
Designer: Pierre Guariche
Born in 1926, Pierre Guariche is a famous French designer who collaborates with the greatest manufacturers of the time, including Steiner with whom he publishes the SK660 model in the early 50s. With Joseph-André Motte and Michel Mortier, he founded the Atelier de Recherche Plastique in 1954. He will also teach his knowledge to students at the Ecole Supérieure d’Architecture de Tournai and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
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