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Pair of designer chairs by Gordon Russell (1892-1980) in the 70s, reupholstered, chrome steel base. The cushions are removable and fixed with Velcro, they have been refurbished by an upholsterer. Note some slight gaps on the chrome of a base, see detail in photo. They can find their place in front of a desk or in a waiting room as visitor seats, in a room or around a table.

L:49cm D:65cm H:87cm

Delivery throughout France (excluding Corsica) by carrier: €80

Gordon Russell was an important British designer and publisher who spanned the 20th century. Self-taught, he began making furniture at the beginning of the century in the tradition of the English Art & Craft movement, then ended his career at the head of a company of 100 people!

Sir Terence Conran, founder of Habitat Stores and director of the Design Museum, spoke about it this way: "He was probably the first designer to be involved in a complete lifestyle... he was interested in the product but also in the life that surrounded him. He was interested in the garden, in food, in hotels... in general. It's a bit of the same kind of thing as what I do. simple designer and manufacturer."

Pair of chairs by Gordon Russell

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