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Copacabana Chair - Gubi

PRICE 1.421

Sizes: From 87cm x 65cm x 70cm

Delivery 6 - 8 weeks

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Product description

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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Brand

Gubi is a Danish firm of furniture and lighting of original design characterized by the search of icons of the past and contemporary designs of avant-garde of new creators.
It is inspired by iconic remains lost from the past and avant-garde designs, resulting in a collection of eclectic furniture and lamps that blur the lines between the past and the future. Its collection of furniture and lamps is formed by original designs that are very aesthetic and reflective, and are characterized by their simple forms, original materials and innovative techniques that defy time and space.
Each piece of Gubi is exquisite in its own right, with a story to tell, the capture of a fleeting moment in history that is still relevant today.
The firm was founded in 1967 and from 2001 incorporates a creative vision in its designs, placing it as a global player in the furniture and design lamps scene, some of which have been exhibited in the most important museums of the planet.
Naharro furniture is official distributor of the Gubi furniture brand with exhibition in its stores in Madrid and online store, where you can see and buy your entire catalog.

Diseñador

Mathieu Matégot (1910 - 2001) was a Hungarian designer and architect based in France after studying at the school of art and architecture in Budapest. He began to produce hand-made furniture in the Paris of 1944 and was a pioneer in the combination of tubes and perforated sheet metal by ritigulle, a technique patented by himself that characterizes his work.
His numerous trips around the world helped him find inspiration and learn new techniques that he transformed into his unique designs.
Naharro furniture distributes the pieces manufactured by different brands of furniture and lighting and designed by Mathieu Matégot in its stores in Madrid and online store, with delivery and assembly service throughout Spain. Ask us any additional information.

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Description

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).

Consult more information with Naharro furniture.

Additional Information

Sizes 87 x 65 x 70 cm

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