Globe ChairPierre Paulin $2,788.00
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 creation still excites with its sinuous shape, exceptional comfort and space-age modern 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 both residential and commercial environments.
Measurements, Chair: W 40" X H 37" X D 34 1/4"
Measurements, Ottoman: W 28.4" X H 17.7" X D 20.5"
Materials: Molded High-Density Cushion Core, Steel Frame, Polished Aluminum Disk Base
Note: Free fabric samples are available for this product and can be viewed in Step 2 below. Please contact our design team directly at 800-959-4729 for a personal consultation based on your specific preferences and intended use.
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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.
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