The Copacabana chair was designed in 1955 by Mathieu Matégot, a designer who is characterized by its organic shapes and cheerful character. Edited by the firm Gubi, its construction is based on a curved tubular frame that surrounds the seat, which, just like the backrest, is made of perforated sheet metal, ending with continuous back legs. The Copacabana chair is part of the design collection of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris and the Georges Pompidou Center (National Museum of Modern Art) in Paris.
Details: Black frame and cushion upholstered in black leather of intermediate category (cat 4).
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