Olivier Saillard has been Creative, Image, and Cultural Director of the JM Weston brand since January 2018. He is in charge of men's and women's shoe collections, accessories collections, as well as the brand's overall image. Discover his exclusive product selection on MOM!
Inspired by painter trestles , they are made of height-adjustable crude steel tubes. Sold by pair, you can find are 3 different version of our trestles : 2, 3 our 4 branches.
GEBRUEDER THONET VIENNA GMBH (GTV)
Thanks to the striking effect of the steam-bent beech, the Bodystuhl chair proposed by Nigel Coates shows a profile showing sinuous shapes characterized by a structure with variable thickness. The large seat and the ergonomic backrest, made in woven cane, recall shapes and materials of Lehnstuhl, already designed by the English designer for Wiener GTV Design.
The SURPIL story, and that of the « Stackable Furniture Company » is first and foremost that of a french inventor, Julien-Henri Porché, who, starting in 1927 turned his attention to designing furniture made entirely from metal for use in public spaces (restaurant terraces, cafés and other public areas). He made his mark on French design of the period by creating chairs that were both functional and yet bestowed with a line that was graceful and light through the use of two tubes which were used to form the seat and the back.
This stool is made from wood and steel. The base is created with black steel elevated with a round wooden seat. (fir plywood). height adjustment is possible until 57cm.