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$4684.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:Rene Holten designed the Ondo Sofa in 2003. The sofa's clean, polished... chrome support structure and elegantly flowing lines set the design apart from the competition. Its integrated back and seating area seamlessly merge, creating a relaxed and comfortable position. The design has an inviting, airy, and weightless aesthetic quality that belies its solidity and robust structural strength. The Ondo is built to last and is the perfect choice for contemporary residential settings. An Ondo can also provide the perfect anchor for many of Pierre Paulin's highly sculptural lounge chair designs. The juxtaposition of these enticing shapes can have a transformative effect on contemporary environments.Designer Information:Rene Holten (1961) is a graduate of the Design Academy in Eindhoven. Holten has been designing award winning products for Artifort since 1997, including: Nina, Ondo, Lotus, Low Lotus, Hana, Ping, and the complete, expanded, Mare Collection. His designs have enjoyed critical acclaim as well as broad commercial success in the high-end commercial and residential furniture markets. Rene Holten's designs for Artifort are continually fluid, comfortable and appealing. Whether round and sculptural or crisp, clean and linear, Holten's designs appeal to the senses and are works of high aesthetic and functional value. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Rene Holten design is built last and retain its value. read more

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Artifort
$4684.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:Rene Holten designed the Ondo Sofa in 2003. The sofa's clean, polished... chrome support structure and elegantly flowing lines set the design apart from the competition. Its integrated back and seating area seamlessly merge, creating a relaxed and comfortable position. The design has an inviting, airy, and weightless aesthetic quality that belies its solidity and robust structural strength. The Ondo is built to last and is the perfect choice for contemporary residential settings. An Ondo can also provide the perfect anchor for many of Pierre Paulin's highly sculptural lounge chair designs. The juxtaposition of these enticing shapes can have a transformative effect on contemporary environments.Designer Information:Rene Holten (1961) is a graduate of the Design Academy in Eindhoven. Holten has been designing award winning products for Artifort since 1997, including: Nina, Ondo, Lotus, Low Lotus, Hana, Ping, and the complete, expanded, Mare Collection. His designs have enjoyed critical acclaim as well as broad commercial success in the high-end commercial and residential furniture markets. Rene Holten designs for Artifort are continually fluid, comfortable and appealing. Whether round and sculptural or crisp, clean and linear, Holten's designs appeal to the senses and are works of high aesthetic and functional value. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Rene Holten design is built last and retain its value. read more

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Artifort
$4958.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Mare is a sleek, timeless sofa that suits both modern and transiti...onal surroundings. Rene Holten's popular 2003 design has tightly upholstered cushions and slim, polished stainless steel legs that seamlessly flow into the frame structure. A distinctive, signature groove in the middle of the sofa elegantly divides the two seating sections and enhances the visual sophistication of the design. The result is a tremendously comfortable, linear sofa in the best Artifort tradition. The examples presented here are upholstered in the exquisite Danish fabric Divina Melange by Kvadrat. Designer Information: Rene Holten (1961) is a graduate of the Design Academy in Eindhoven. Holten has been designing award winning products for Artifort since 1997, including: Nina, Ondo, Lotus, Low Lotus, Hana, Ping, and the complete, expanded, Mare Collection. His designs have enjoyed critical acclaim as well as broad commercial success in the high-end commercial and residential furniture markets. Rene Holten's designs for Artifort are continually fluid, comfortable and appealing. Whether round and sculptural or crisp, clean and linear, Holten's designs appeal to the senses and are works of high aesthetic and functional value. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Rene Holten design is built to last and retain its value. read more

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Artifort
$4958.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Mare is a sleek, timeless sofa that suits both modern and transiti...onal surroundings. Rene Holten's popular 2003 design has tightly upholstered cushions and slim, polished stainless steel legs that seamlessly flow into the frame structure. A distinctive, signature groove in the middle of the sofa elegantly divides the two seating sections and enhances the visual sophistication of the design. The result is a tremendously comfortable, linear sofa in the best Artifort tradition. The examples presented here are upholstered in the exquisite Danish fabric Divina Melange by Kvadrat. Designer Information: Rene Holten (1961) is a graduate of the Design Academy in Eindhoven. Holten has been designing award winning products for Artifort since 1997, including: Nina, Ondo, Lotus, Low Lotus, Hana, Ping, and the complete, expanded, Mare Collection. His designs have enjoyed critical acclaim as well as broad commercial success in the high-end commercial and residential furniture markets. Rene Holten's designs for Artifort are continually fluid, comfortable and appealing. Whether round and sculptural or crisp, clean and linear, Holten's designs appeal to the senses and are works of high aesthetic and functional value. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Rene Holten design is built to last and retain its value. read more

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Artifort
$6035.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:A beautiful example of applied art, Pierre Paulin's Ribbon chair is an... icon of 20th century furniture design. The chair is Paulin's most recognized, critically acclaimed work and a favorite of design aficionados throughout the world. Paulin's design is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 20th century collection in New York as well as the collection at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and has won numerous international design awards. Sculptural, opulent and constructed to last a lifetime, the 1966 design is as fresh and eye-catching as when it was first introduced.Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2104.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Concorde chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1966 fo...r the French waiting room of the famed Concorde supersonic airline. The chair's fluid lines reinforce the sense of speed and elegance that were the hallmarks of the exclusive jet airplane and its creators' marketing vision. The production chair eventually faded from the Artifort residential and commercial collection but was re-launched in 2012 to critical and popular acclaim. The Concorde is now available in both a low and high back version. Both variations offer excellent comfort and ergonomics and the same sleek appearance. The thin, polished chrome supports firmly anchor the Concorde to the ground and enhance its aerodynamic design roots.Measurements: Low Back, W 23.6" X H 31.5" X D 31.5"Measurements: High Back, W 23.6 " X H 38" X D 32.6"Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world. Authenticity Pledge: This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$4005.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:As if Pierre Paulin had premonitions of flower power, the 1965 Tulip c...hair spreads its simple, half-opened petals around its occupant, inviting and warming at the same time. The Tulip chair and ottoman is great for reading and relaxing and works exceptionally well in residential settings. The design is one of the most enduing and revered in the Artifort collection and a consistent top seller for discerning customers worldwide.Measurements Chair : W 35" X H 37" X D 32"Measurements, Ottoman: W 28.3" X H 25.5" X D 20.5"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$4015.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:Pierre Paulin??s F 444 chair was a popular and much revered design of ...the 1960s. Originally conceived in 1963 it was reintroduced by Artifort in 1999 as part of its expanding selections of iconic, low production collectors items. The F 444 clearly established Pierre Paulin as a design innovator equal to other, prolific visionaries such as Jean Prouve, Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe. The F 444 has a wonderful sense of fluidity and grace. Its cantilevered stainless steel frame runs seamlessly down from the the neck support through the bucket seat, sculpturally curving back to the floor and the rear of the design. Available in black or natural leather. Please see secondary image for swatch samples.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. Please allow approximately 12 to 14 weeks for this exceptional design to be constructed and delivered to your location. read more

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Artifort
$3377.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Globe chair is a luxurious and stylish design that made use of the... latest technological advancements of the day. The design was introduced to an audience of millions in the first James Bond film, Dr. No in 1962 and has remained a popular and timeless design icon. Many people who see the Globe chair feel a slight touch of early 1960's nostalgia, but Pierre Paulin's mod creation still excites with its sinuous shape, exceptional comfort and early 1960s space-age appeal. Pierre Paulin's Little Globe is the perfect complement to the more broadly proportioned Globe and each looks fantastic when paired together in small to medium sized groupings in residential environments.Measurements, Chair: W 40" X H 37" X D 34 1/4"Measurements, Ottoman: W 28.3" X H 17.7" X D 20.8"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$3377.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Globe chair is a luxurious and stylish design that made use of the... latest technological advancements of the day. The design was introduced to an audience of millions in the first James Bond film, Dr. No in 1962 and has remained a popular and timeless design icon. Many people who see the Globe chair feel a slight touch of early 1960's nostalgia, but Pierre Paulin's mod creation still excites with its sinuous shape, exceptional comfort and early 1960s space-age appeal. Pierre Paulin's Little Globe is the perfect complement to the more broadly proportioned Globe and each looks fantastic when paired together in small to medium sized groupings in residential environments.Measurements, Chair: W 40" X H 37" X D 34 1/4"Measurements, Ottoman: W 28.3" X H 17.7" X D 20.8"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$3253.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Orange Slice chair was originally conceived by Pierre Paulin in 19...60 and remains one of his most influential and highly regarded designs. The chair's unique structure employs two perfectly identical shells of pressed beech wood wrapped in high-density cushion core. Pierre Paulin's iconic design has a strong and resolute stance, looks great from any angle and sets the standard for overall comfort and ease of use. The Orange Slice works beautifully in contemporary residential settings.Measurements, Chair: W 31.5" x H 27.6" x D 33"Measurements, Ottoman: W 29.1" X H 16.9" X D 17.7Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2416.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:Pierre Paulin designed the Le Chat chair in 1967. The chair's taut cur...ves and dynamic form evolved from a fluid stoke of the designer's pen. Its powerful, coiled stance seems to capture the idled tension of a jungle cat. But Paulin's creation is both docile and inviting. The chair cradles its occupant in low-slung comfort and evokes a feeling of stasis, composure and reflection. The Le Chat received the prestigious Monza Design award in 1969 and was proudly reintroduced into the Artifort collection in 2007. Paulin's durable icon is perfectly suited for high-style residential settings.Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2416.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:Pierre Paulin designed the Le Chat chair in 1967. The chair's taut cur...ves and dynamic form evolved from a fluid stoke of the designer's pen. Its powerful, coiled stance seems to capture the idled tension of a jungle cat. But Paulin's creation is both docile and inviting. The chair cradles its occupant in low-slung comfort and evokes a feeling of stasis, composure and reflection. The Le Chat received the prestigious Monza Design award in 1969 and was proudly reintroduced into the Artifort collection in 2007. Paulin's durable icon is perfectly suited for high-style residential settings.Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2982.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The F 978 Chair was designed by Geoffrey Harcourt in 1968 and reintrod...uced by Artifort in 2006. The chair's inner shell is upholstered with Super Bultex foam and Dacron and fixed to a polyurethane shell. The polyurethane outer shell creates a particularly striking counterpoint when paired with richly textured leather upholstery selections. The F 978 is an ultra-comfortable classic fusion of late 1960's pop fantasy and 21st Century production techniques.Designer Information:Geoffrey Harcourt played a critical role in Artifort's development and transition into the contract furniture market in the early 1960s. His distinctively styled, ergonomic desk chairs gave Artifort international recognition and helped fuel rapid growth and expansion. Harcourt trained at the Royal Academy of Art in London and has earned numerous international design awards and honors. In 1978 he received the prestigious "Royal Designer for Industry" award by the RSA (Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce), a title introduced in 1936 to honor designers of excellence and promote important contributions of design in manufacturing and industry.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Geoffrey Harcourt classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$3377.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Globe chair is a luxurious and stylish design that made use of the... latest technological advancements of the day. The design was introduced to an audience of millions in the first James Bond film, Dr. No in 1962 and has remained a popular and timeless design icon. Many people who see the Globe chair feel a slight touch of early 1960's nostalgia, but Pierre Paulin's mod creation still excites with its sinuous shape, exceptional comfort and early 1960s space-age appeal. Pierre Paulin's Little Globe is the perfect complement to the more broadly proportioned Globe and each looks fantastic when paired together in small to medium sized groupings in residential environments.Measurements, Chair: W 40" X H 37" X D 34 1/4"Measurements, Ottoman: W 28.3" X H 17.7" X D 20.8"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2348.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The F 564 chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1962. The ...design was reintroduced by Artifort at the Salone del Mobile in Milano in 2014 within the "Nest" collection and enthusiastically received by both Paulin aficionados and the international design press. The Nest is fluid, comfortable and beautifully proportioned and employs the same structural steel framework and high-density cushion core utilized in the poplar Mushroom chair designed by Paulin in the same era. The chair posses a subtle charm and looks excellent when grouped together or positioned with other iconic Pierre Paulin designs.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$3337.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Big Mushroom chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 196...0 as the F 562 and re-launched by Artifort in 2013 as a larger, companion piece to the iconic Mushroom chair. The Big Mushroom shares the exceptional design DNA of its popular sibling but further amplifies the form to provide an even more spacious seating area for lounging and relaxing. Paulin's enduring design is extremely comfortable and inviting and looks beautifully contoured from multiple vantage points. Measurements, Chair: W 43.3" X H 31.5" X D 39.8"Measurements, Ottoman: W 18.1" X H 15"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$3337.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Big Mushroom chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 196...0 as the F 562 and re-launched by Artifort in 2013 as a larger, companion piece to the iconic Mushroom chair. The Big Mushroom shares the exceptional design DNA of its popular sibling but further amplifies the form to provide an even more spacious seating area for lounging and relaxing. Paulin's enduring design is extremely comfortable and inviting and looks beautifully contoured from multiple vantage points. Measurements, Chair: W 43.3" X H 31.5" X D 39.8"Measurements, Ottoman: W 18.1" X H 15"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2565.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch. Product Details:Sweeping, elegant and exceptionally poised, Patrick Norguet's 2002 Ap...ollo Chair is destined to become a classic. The design strikes a unique balance of comfort, beauty and functionality that is perfect for high-impact residential applications. Its rounded, inviting shape and functional, 360 degree swiveling capability work synergistically to promote relaxed interaction and conversation. Patrick Norguet's highly successful design illustrates Arifort's ongoing commitment to producing works of uncompromising aesthetic value.Designer Information:Patrick Norguet (1969) made his breakthrough as a designer at the end of the 1990s. In 2002, he designed the successful Apollo lounge chair for Artifort. Since then, Norguet has gone on to design the Little Apollo chair, Boson chair, Lex series, and Manhattan modular seating among others for Artifort. Norguet is also celebrated for designing the interior of the Renault showroom and the Lancel shop on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. Prestigious museums around the world have included products designed by Norguet in their permanent collections. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Patrick Norguet designis is built to last and retain its value. read more

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Artifort
$2565.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch. Product Details:Sweeping, elegant and exceptionally poised, Patrick Norguet's 2002 Ap...ollo Chair is destined to become a classic. The design strikes a unique balance of comfort, beauty and functionality that is perfect for high-impact residential applications. Its rounded, inviting shape and functional, 360 degree swiveling capability work synergistically to promote relaxed interaction and conversation. Patrick Norguet's highly successful design illustrates Arifort's ongoing commitment to producing works of uncompromising aesthetic value.Designer Information:Patrick Norguet (1969) made his breakthrough as a designer at the end of the 1990s. In 2002, he designed the successful Apollo lounge chair for Artifort. Since then, Norguet has gone on to design the Little Apollo chair, Boson chair, Lex series, and Manhattan modular seating among others for Artifort. Norguet is also celebrated for designing the interior of the Renault showroom and the Lancel shop on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. Prestigious museums around the world have included products designed by Norguet in their permanent collections. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Patrick Norguet designis is built to last and retain its value. read more

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Artifort
$2893.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Mushroom chair is a Pierre Paulin classic and rests in the permane...nt collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Bold, bulbous and organic, the Mushroom has been providing great comfort and eliciting ebullient responses for decades. Paulin's enduring design is also extremely comfortable and inviting and looks beautifully contoured from multiple vantage points. Measurements, Chair: W 35.4" X H 26.4 Measurements, Ottoman: W 18.1" X H 15" Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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$4005.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:As if Pierre Paulin had premonitions of flower power, the 1965 Tulip c...hair spreads its simple, half-opened petals around its occupant, inviting and warming at the same time. The Tulip chair and ottoman is great for reading and relaxing and works exceptionally well in residential settings. The design is one of the most enduing and revered in the Artifort collection and a consistent top seller for discerning customers worldwide.Measurements Chair : W 35" X H 37" X D 32"Measurements, Ottoman: W 28.3" X H 25.5" X D 20.5"Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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$4064.00

Please see secondary image for color swatchProduct Details:The Little Tulip was adapted from Pierre Paulin's popular Tulip chair i...n 1965. The chair is a design icon and one of the most coveted Paulin works produced by Artifort. Its compact dimensions and graceful form make it the perfect choice for a wide array of stylish residential and commercial applications. Polished aluminum swivel bases add to the Little Tulips' appeal and provide just the right balance of precision movement.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$8837.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details: A beautiful example of applied art, Pierre Paulin's Ribbon chair is a...n icon of 20th century furniture design. The chair is Paulin's most recognized, critically acclaimed work and a favorite of design aficionados throughout the world. Paulin's design is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 20th century collection in New York as well as the collection at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and has won numerous international design awards. Sculptural, opulent and constructed to last a lifetime, the 1966 design is as fresh and eye-catching as when it was first introduced.Measurements, Chair: W 39.4" X H 28.4" X D 29.1Measurements, Ottoman: W 30" X H 15.75" Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world. Authenticity Pledge: This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$8837.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details: A beautiful example of applied art, Pierre Paulin's Ribbon chair is a...n icon of 20th century furniture design. The chair is Paulin's most recognized, critically acclaimed work and a favorite of design aficionados throughout the world. Paulin's design is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 20th century collection in New York as well as the collection at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and has won numerous international design awards. Sculptural, opulent and constructed to last a lifetime, the 1966 design is as fresh and eye-catching as when it was first introduced.Measurements, Chair: W 39.4" X H 28.4" X D 29.1Measurements, Ottoman: W 30" X H 15.75" Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world. Authenticity Pledge: This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$9012.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:Pierre Paulin's iconic Little Globe chair has a delicately contoured s...hell shape that makes it particularly comfortable, especially for such a small-scaled design. Every angle and curve is perfectly balanced. The form-fitting upholstery wraps seamlessly around the chair to create a tailored, finished product with uncommon visual appeal and tactile elegance. Little Globe chairs are very attractive in pairs or small groupings and the design is always complemented by the addition of Pierre Paulin's larger, ultra-comfortable, Globe lounge chair. Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2893.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Mushroom chair is a Pierre Paulin classic and rests in the permane...nt collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Bold, bulbous and organic, the Mushroom has been providing great comfort and eliciting ebullient responses for decades. Paulin's enduring design is also extremely comfortable and inviting and looks beautifully contoured from multiple vantage points. Measurements, Chair: W 35.4" X H 26.4 Measurements, Ottoman: W 18.1" X H 15" Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2348.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The F 564 chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1962. The ...design was reintroduced by Artifort at the Salone del Mobile in Milano in 2014 within the "Nest" collection and enthusiastically received by both Paulin aficionados and the international design press. The Nest is fluid, comfortable and beautifully proportioned and employs the same structural steel framework and high-density cushion core utilized in the poplar Mushroom chair designed by Paulin in the same era. The chair posses a subtle charm and looks excellent when grouped together or positioned with other iconic Pierre Paulin designs.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2339.00

Please see secondary image for fabric swatch.Product Details:The F 598 Chair was designed by Pierre Pailin in 1972 and has been pr...oduced continuously by Artifort ever since. The chair belongs to the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and is one of Pierre Paulin's most subtle and elegant examples of high-design furniture. The iconic 1972 design is compact, fluid and works exceptionally well as a dramatic centerpiece in contemporary residential environments. Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2339.00

Please see secondary image for fabric swatch.Product Details:The F 598 Chair was designed by Pierre Pailin in 1972 and has been pr...oduced continuously by Artifort ever since. The chair belongs to the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and is one of Pierre Paulin's most subtle and elegant examples of high-design furniture. The iconic 1972 design is compact, fluid and works exceptionally well as a dramatic centerpiece in contemporary residential environments. Designer Information: Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2337.00

The Concorde chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1966 for the French waiting room of the famed Concorde supersonic a...irline. The chair??s fluid lines reinforce the sense of speed and elegance that were the hallmarks of the exclusive jet airplane and its creators?? marketing vision. The production chair eventually faded from the Artifort residential and commercial collection but was re-launched in 2012 to critical and popular acclaim. The Concorde is now available in both a low and high back version. Both variations offer excellent comfort and ergonomics and the same sleek appearance. The thin, polished chrome supports firmly anchor the Concorde to the ground and enhance its aerodynamic design roots.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$6306.00

A beautiful example of applied art, Pierre Paulin's Ribbon chair is an icon of 20th century furniture design. The chair is Paulin?...?s most recognized, critically acclaimed work and a favorite of design aficionados throughout the world. Paulin's design is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art??s 20th century collection in New York as well as the collection at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and has won numerous international design awards. Sculptural, opulent and constructed to last a lifetime, the 1966 design is as fresh and eye-catching as when it was first introduced. This example is upholstered in the Iconic Momentum, Blue Flame Fabric by Jack Lenor Larsen.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2337.00

The Concorde chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1966 for the French waiting room of the famed Concorde supersonic a...irline. The chair??s fluid lines reinforce the sense of speed and elegance that were the hallmarks of the exclusive jet airplane and its creators?? marketing vision. The production chair eventually faded from the Artifort residential and commercial collection but was re-launched in 2012 to critical and popular acclaim. The Concorde is now available in both a low and high back version. Both variations offer excellent comfort and ergonomics and the same sleek appearance. The thin, polished chrome supports firmly anchor the Concorde to the ground and enhance its aerodynamic design roots.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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$3505.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Oyster chair was designed by Pierre Paulin in 1960 and remains a m...uch-loved classic in the Artifort Collection. It's the quintessential classic shell chair from the 1960s. The chair's deep seat and high back ensure superior comfort and promote fatigue-free, extended relaxation while reading or lounging. A strong, polished chrome frame supports and cradles the shell in a minimalist structural gesture that further amplifies the refined elegance of the design. The Oyster was produced continuously from 1960 to 1979 and then brought back by popular demand in 1999. Paulin's Oyster chair possesses an easy-going charm and a level of sophistication that must be experienced to be fully appreciated.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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$1796.00

Product Details:The 691 Series is well regarded for its crisp, clean lines and restrained structural composition. The design is id...eally suited for and can also make a dramatic architectural statement in a wide range of contemporary home settings. The beauty of the 691 is that it looks stunning from multiple perspectives and can be floated out in a room to great visual effect. The tubular steel bar that rests directly under the reclining back creates a pure, linear connection and a dramatic counterpoint to the blocked, rectangular upholstered side sections. Designer Information:The Artifort Design group was the company's in-house design team responsible for creating several iconic additions to the Artifort lineup, including the classic 905 Series of sofas, lounge chair and table as well as the streamlined 691 Series of contract seating. The designs date from 1964 and 1987 respectively and have remained popular selections for a wide array of high-end residential and commercial applications. Each upholstery and table design is impeccably constructed in the finest Artifort tradition and will function exceptionally well in demanding, high-traffic interior settings. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Artifort Design Group classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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$3505.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Oyster chair was designed by Pierre Paulin in 1960 and remains a m...uch-loved classic in the Artifort Collection. It's the quintessential classic shell chair from the 1960s. The chair's deep seat and high back ensure superior comfort and promote fatigue-free, extended relaxation while reading or lounging. A strong, polished chrome frame supports and cradles the shell in a minimalist structural gesture that further amplifies the refined elegance of the design. The Oyster was produced continuously from 1960 to 1979 and then brought back by popular demand in 1999. Paulin's Oyster chair possesses an easy-going charm and a level of sophistication that must be experienced to be fully appreciated.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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$2885.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Globe chair is a luxurious and stylish design that made use of the... latest technological advancements of the day. The design was introduced to an audience of millions in the first James Bond film, Dr. No in 1962 and has remained a popular and timeless design icon. Many people who see the Globe chair feel a slight touch of early 1960's nostalgia, but Pierre Paulin's mod creation still excites with its sinuous shape, exceptional comfort and early 1960s space-age appeal. Pierre Paulin's Little Globe is the perfect complement to the more broadly proportioned Globe and each looks fantastic when paired together in small to medium sized groupings in residential environments.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$2885.00

Please see secondary image for color swatch.Product Details:The Globe chair is a luxurious and stylish design that made use of the... latest technological advancements of the day. The design was introduced to an audience of millions in the first James Bond film, Dr. No in 1962 and has remained a popular and timeless design icon. Many people who see the Globe chair feel a slight touch of early 1960's nostalgia, but Pierre Paulin's mod creation still excites with its sinuous shape, exceptional comfort and early 1960s space-age appeal. Pierre Paulin's Little Globe is the perfect complement to the more broadly proportioned Globe and each looks fantastic when paired together in small to medium sized groupings in residential environments.Designer Information:Mention Artifort and Pierre Paulin immediately springs to mind. The brand and designer are inextricably linked. Their deep bond and collaborative history are legendary within the design world and each, undeniably, drove the other to greater heights of commercial success and critical acclaim. By the early 1960s Paulin's sculptural designs were so successful and sought after in the international market that Artifort's production facilities could barely keep up with demand. French presidents Pompidou and Mitterand commissioned Paulin to design interiors in the Elysee Palace in Paris, further amplifying his notoriety and significance as a visionary, multi-talented designer. Pierre Paulin continued to design and collaborate with Artifort until his death on June 13th, 2009 in Montpellier, France. In November, 2009 Paulin was posthumously awarded the prestigious title, "Royal Designer of Industry" by the Royal Society of the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. Today, Pierre Paulin designs are included in permanent collections of prestigious museums throughout the world.Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this enduring Pierre Paulin classic is built to retain its value and last for generations. read more

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Artifort
$7272.00

Product Details:French industrial designer Patrick Norguet describes the art of chair design as: "Working with synthetic material,... visual substance, weightlessness." His first objective in creating the Boson chair was to optimize applied material to offer a unique seating system; minimizing the synthetic material to obtain an ideal balance between form and function, hard and textural. The end result is a stunning piece of contemporary furniture that rivals the great masterworks of 20th Century furniture design. Measurements, Chair: W 35" X H 42.5" X D 33.5"Measurements, Ottoman: W 26" X H 16.5 X D 24.8"Designer Information:Patrick Norguet (1969) made his breakthrough as a designer at the end of the 1990s. In 2002, he designed the successful Apollo lounge chair for Artifort. Since then, Norguet has gone on to design the Little Apollo chair, Boson chair, Lex series, and Manhattan modular seating among others for Artifort. Norguet is also celebrated for designing the interior of the Renault showroom and the Lancel shop on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. Prestigious museums around the world have included products designed by Norguet in their permanent collections. Authenticity Pledge:This product is a fully authorized and licensed design. It is hand crafted to exacting standards by Artifort in the Netherlands and is an investment-grade item. Unlike cheap imitations and knock-offs, this Patrick Norguet design is built to last and retain its value. read more

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