Pierre Paulin’s Ribbon chair, 1966
Miniature Pierre Paulin’s Ribbon chair, 1966.
Miniature Ribbon chair, designed in 1966 by French interior designer Pierre Paulin, part of the collection of miniatures of the Vitra Design Museum, located near Basel. Faithful reproduction of the original in terms of construction, materials, and colors.
Member price: 202,30 €
|Dimensions||12.8 cm high|
|11.8 cm wide|
|17 cm depth|
Polyurethane resin, leather, metal
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