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1920s Interior Design
Description Designer Bonaparte Lounge Chair is one of the seldom cases in which the luxurious comfort of an upholstered chair has been successfully united with a tubular steel construction. The result communicates both ease and convenience. Actually conceived as a piece for drawing rooms, Eileen Gray found Bonaparte so pleasant that she used it for decades as her desk chair in her Paris home at Rue Bonaparte. Material & Feature: Frame: highly polished #304 grade stainless steel frame High
Modernist canons find in this remarkable lighting piece their most authentic expression. This accurate reproduction of the original features a slender black-lacquered metal frame running parallel to the tubular diffuser. The round metal base in the same finish completes this eye-catching piece designed in 1927. Chromed and white-lacquered versions of this floor lamp are also available on request.