• Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin
  • Artifort F598 Sessel von Pierre Paulin

Artifort F598 armchair by Pierre Paulin

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Artifort F598 M armchair by Pierre Paulin in blue

Beautiful and very comfortable armchair Groovy F598 (M armchair) by Pierre Paulin in its original blue wool fabric. Designed by Pierre Paulin for Artifort in 1973.


This Groovy armchair is also called "M chair" because of its characteristic shape. It has become a collector's item, a real statement piece that will brighten up the room, especially in this cheerful colour.

  • Designer: Pierre Paulin for Artifort
  • made in Italy
  • Condition: Good — This vintage/antique item may show some signs of wear such as scratches and other signs of age.
  • Colour: azure blue
  • Dimensions: W80 x D72 x H65 cm
  • Shipping: 5-6 weeks

    About Pierre Paulin

    The French designer Pierre Paulin, born in Paris in 1927, is known for his many years of collaboration with Artifort. His iconic works, including the Mushroom Chair (1959), Ribbon Chair (1966) and Tongue Chair (1968), are known around the world. He was also commissioned to furnish President George Pompidou's living quarters at the Palais de L'Elysee (1970) and Francois Mitterand's office (1983). Paulin's work was influenced by German roots and early modernists, as well as by American designers Charles & Ray Eames. His pieces are part of permanent exhibitions in prestigious institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Musée des Arts Decoratifs and the Center George Pompidou in Paris, the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna. Pierre Paulin died in Montpelier, France in 2009.

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