Pierre Paulin for Artifort Yellow Ribbon Chair, 1970s, Set of 2
Originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1966 in collaboration with Artifort, the Ribbon chair is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, making it a true design icon.
The sculptural chair is constructed from a wrapped metal frame sitting on lacquered pressed wood base, creating a ribbon-like silhouette.
The frame is covered with horizontal springs and foam for comfort, and is upholstered in stretch fabric in a shade of vibrant yellow.
A fantastic example of the futuristic 1960s design aesthetic, this set of Ribbon chairs would make a bold statement for any contemporary living space.
Designer: Pierre Paulin
Date of Manufacture: circa 1970s
Place of Origin: Netherlands
Product SKU: AC00080
Width: 101.6 cm (40 in)
Depth: 83.82 cm (33 in)
Seat Height: 38.1 cm (15 in)
In very good used condition; wear consistent with age and use.
Recently reupholstered in Raf Simons fabric. The bases are slightly marked and stained but otherwise these chairs are in great condition.
We offer free* express white glove delivery
If you have a specific delivery requirement, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Free delivery available only on orders with a minimum order value of £500. Mainland GB addresses only.
Excludes exceptionally heavy or large items that may incur additional delivery costs, dependent on destination postcode.
US & INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY
We offer express delivery to the US within 2 weeks and partner with selected couriers to deliver to many countries worldwide. Please contact us at email@example.com to discuss shipping enquiries.
We will manually calculate then email the most competitive delivery rate to you within 48 hrs from receiving your request.