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Pierre Guariche

Pair of SK660 Armchairs by Pierre Guariche for Steiner, France, 1950's

€2,800.00

Pierre Guariche

Pair of SK660 Armchairs by Pierre Guariche for Steiner, France, 1950's

€2,800.00

SK660 model designed by the renowned French designer Pierre Guariche and manufactured in France for Steiner in the 1950's. 

This mid-century classic is restored with new upholstery in striking Lelievre Paris fabric in a cotton subtle matt robust twill and re-lacquered legs.
 

 

 

 

Additional Information
Creator: Pierre Guariche
Origin: France
In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
Date of Manufacture: 1950's
Materials and techniques:  
- Upholstery "Lombok Kaki"
- Steel
Condition: Excellent, fully restored
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions: Height: 84 cm I Width: 80 cm I Depth 76 cm 
Seat Height: 40 cm 
Weight: 14 kg 
Number of items: 2
 
About Pierre Guariche

 

Designer and architect Pierre Guariche was an important voice in the modernist movement of post-war France. Guariche studied under René Gabriel at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and began showing his work in his early 20s. In 1954 he founded the Atelier des Recherches Plastiques (Plastics Research Workshop) with Joseph-Andre Motte and Michel Mortier. Guariche is perhaps best known for his work with the Belgian firm Meurop, where he designed high-quality affordable furniture, specializing in chairs and multidirectional, articulated lighting. His laminated plywood Tonneau chair (1954) for Steiner is a classic of the era.
Source: https://www.artsy.net/artist/pierre-guariche

 

About Steiner

 

Loyal to 80 years of creative tradition, Steiner draws on the talent of designers to create furniture which embodies elegance and modernity. As a testament to their relevance, the pieces they create today will often, over time, become the great classics of tomorrow.
Source: http://www.steiner-paris.com/en/steiner-paris/collections/furniture.html