Description

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Joseph-André Motte’s 770 Chair is one of his most iconic chairs. Emblematic of the models he designed with and for Steiner in the late 1950s and intended for mass production, it is technically interesting, made only of a tubular metal structure with foam and fabric.

The upholstery foams newly available at the time improved the manufacturing in series of such models and had a significant impact on the weight of the chair. The 770 is intentionally very light, so the chair could easily be moved in a living space.


DESIGNER

Joseph-André Motte

DATE

c. 1958

MATERIALS

Metal, foam, fabric

DIMENSIONS

93 x 85 x 93 cm

STYLE

Historic

HERITAGE

France

SHIPS FROM

New York

$12,500

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