Vintage Paulin Harcourt Ben Chair - Sold

Designed by Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey Harcourt

Vintage Paulin Harcourt Ben Chair - Sold

Description

The Ben Chair was designed by Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey Harcourt for Holland’s most Avant-Garde furniture maker Artifort. Named after a colleague, it features great comfort and iconic design, and was one of the last designs by France’s top designer Paulin. The chairs are reupholstered with a premium bouclé fabric.

Style: Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
Period: Circa 1970s

Elte's Vintage Collection brings you a range of stunning furniture and accessories, from mid century modern designs to classic designer pieces, carefully curated from all the world. As with all authentic vintage items, quantities are limited and pieces may show imperfections of age.
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  • Width: 28.5”
  • Depth: 31”
  • Height: 29.5”

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Designer Spotlight

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Pierre Paulin

Pierre Paulin was a French furniture designer and interior designer.  His designs focused on applied design. Comfort and the way that furniture cradled the body was the starting-point for all his pieces. His shapes and forms are still being used in chair design today.

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- Ken and Renee Metrick, Elte