Chair / Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier Red vermillion 59 Design Xavier Pauchard for Tolix


The chair A Tolix went through eras and styles to become a classic written in the collective memory.

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When a big-name architecture meets one of the leading furniture manufacturers industrial ... The collection Tolix has signed four new colors Le Corbusier. Architect of the twentieth century, perhaps the most advanced, Le Corbusier, made history with its emblematic buildings and the art of color. He has created a palette of shades of color within the 63 polychrome architecture, used for cité Radieuse of Rezé (Nantes). For Le Corbusier, everyone is attracted to a specific color as a function of his personality. To discover the work of Le Corbusier, Tolix presents Quattre color gradient taken from this palette of colors, in combination with the "Couleurs Suisse", guarantor company legacy of Le Corbusier. Vermilion 59, 59 ultramarine blue, bright yellow and gray 59: bright colors and pop the matte finish that is perfectly suited to the style of vintage furniture Tolix. Icon aesthetics industry for more than a century, the chair of A Tolix has spanned the centuries and styles, making it a classic written in the collective memory. Incarnation of the modern style of the years 30-50, A chair was set for its strength and light weight. Stackable, perfectly meets the needs of organization of space. Collection Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier - Only for the interior - Stackable up to 8 chairs - 7 small holes in the seat for water drainage - Figure in the permanent collections of the Vitra Design Museum, the MoMA and the Centre Pompidou - First French industrial chair - 100% French Production

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