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Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s

2,100.00
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs

Vintage French Industrial Bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve in Wood and Metal 1930s

2,100.00

Minimal, French Industrial bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve, made in the 1930s-1940s. Two long, patinated light wood slats rest on a faintly iridescent emerald green metal frame. The curved and straight lines point to the aesthetic quality for which Jean Prouvé is so well known. 

Dimensions

  • 17.5in.H x 57in.W x 13.75in.D
  • 44cmH x 145cmW x 35cmD

 

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Jean Prouvé (1901–1984) was a self-taught polymath of design. His contributions span multiple disciplines: architecture, industrial design, structural design and furniture. Prouvé, born in Paris and producing furniture in Nancy as early as the 1920s, is known for employing industrial techniques without compromising aesthetic quality. He opened Ateliers Jean Prouvé in 1931 and frequently collaborated with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret. 

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Minimal, French Industrial bench in the manner of Atelier Jean Prouve, made in the 1930s-1940s. Two long, patinated light wood slats rest on a faintly iridescent emerald green metal frame. The curved and straight lines point to the aesthetic quality for which Jean Prouvé is so well known. 

Dimensions

  • 17.5in.H x 57in.W x 13.75in.D
  • 44cmH x 145cmW x 35cmD

 

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Jean Prouvé (1901–1984) was a self-taught polymath of design. His contributions span multiple disciplines: architecture, industrial design, structural design and furniture. Prouvé, born in Paris and producing furniture in Nancy as early as the 1920s, is known for employing industrial techniques without compromising aesthetic quality. He opened Ateliers Jean Prouvé in 1931 and frequently collaborated with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.