A dark silk gray chair designed by Xavier Pauchard for Tolix




An incarnation of the modern style of the 30-50 years, an icon of industrial aesthetics for almost a century, the Tolix A chair has crossed the ages and styles to become a classic in the collective memory. Its inexhaustible popularity from the 1934 has made it into the collections of the Vitra Design Museum, MoMa and the Center Pompidou ... An international recognition for this "living heritage" that illustrates the art of living in French. The '' A '' chair has marked the history of design. Its designer, Xavier Pauchard, uses pressed sheet metal and zinc for the first time to manufacture these mass-produced furniture. The Tolix chair thus becomes the first French industrial chair. Today, every chair that comes out of the atelier is unique and bears the Tolix signature impressed in the metal. This version of the A chair is made of sheet steel with opaque paint. This finish gives depth to the material. Only for the interior - Stackable up to 8 chairs - 7 holes for water drainage on the seat - Figure among the permanent collections of the Vitra Design Museum, the MoMa and the Pompidou Center - First French industrial chair - 100% French production