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Vallée blanche Chaise longue

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Manufactured by Les Huchers-Minvielle in 1963, awarded that same year at the Salon des Arts Ménagers, the Vallée Blanche chaise longue, designed while Pierre Guariche was collaborating on the creation of La Plagne ski resort, is one of key pieces of the designer, appearing in the permanent collection at the Centre Pompidou. Its long, refined silhouette invites you to relax thanks to a very comfortable textile treatment. In one piece, filled with latex foam, its wooden structure is upholstered with a beautiful wool fabric. This re-edition fully respects the original design, a true exercise of style with its seamless base and cover. STRUCTURE The seamless brilliant-chromed metal base is made of 2 cut and folded sheets, in the shape of a spider. The frame of the structure is in strapped mechanically welded steel. COMFORT A seat in high resilience polyurethane Bultex foam (48kg/m3 – 7.1 kPa) is placed on the base, fixed with visible chromed screws. A tubular structure + very dense HR foam around the edges, strapped. MAKING-UP A “seamless” cover which requires the use of stretch fabric and allows the seat cover to be removed without difficulty (by a professional). Baguette stitch detailing on the structure except for Gentle.

Dimension & weight

Height 27 "

Width 27 "

Depth 59 "

Seat height 8 "

Seat 1 place

Weight 58.202 lb


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