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S15 armchair by Pierre Chapo in solid wood and creamy-white fabric (Lelièvre - Sherpas Craie). The elm structure is created by Pierre Chapo's trademark interlocking and assembling movements.

The "bouclette" effect upholstery adds a touch of warmth and comfort. The armrests and backrest are adorned with leather straps. Pierre Chapo's S15 model is typical of Brutalist furniture, with its minimalist lines yet comfortable deep seat.

Pierre CHAPO (1927 - 1987) was a 20th-century French cabinetmaker and designer renowned for his modernist, brutalist furniture inspired by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand. The assembly and cabinetmaking are of the highest quality. Born into a family of craftsmen, he studied at the lycée in Romainville, then in Vierzon between 1937 and 1947. He worked for a time in a marine carpenter's workshop, before studying architecture at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He graduated in 1958, having frequently interrupted his studies to travel in the United States and Europe. He opened a studio in Clamart and a store on Boulevard de l'Hôpital in Paris. Ten years later, he acquired a house in Gordes, where he set up the headquarters of Chapo S.A.. He now devotes most of his time to joinery and cabinetmaking, while giving lectures on his great passion, wood, notably at the Bibliothèque Forney and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

Design Period

Circa: 1970

Dim: W:90cm, D:86cm, H:84cm

Condition report: In good condition. light wear to the leather. The armchair has been reupholstered in ivory-white fabric (ref. Lelièvre - Sherpas Craie).

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LP : 3088
Availability : Object available
Width : 90 (cm)
Height 84 (cm)
Depth 86 (cm)
Delivery : Calculated at time of payment

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