• Jean Prouvé Antony Chair
  • Jean Prouvé Antony Chair
"Prouvé combines the soul of an engineer with that of an architect" -Le Corbusier

Many connoisseurs regard Antony as Prouvé's finest design. This chair stands out by virtue of its unconventional construction producing a sturdy yet dynamically curvaceous form. Antony is especially suited for the private sphere, but also finds an appropriate place in waiting areas.

Lacquered steel, beechwood.

Technical description:
Frame made of black or cream, lacquered steel rods. Seat shell made of molded wood in natural oak.

20" w  26.5" d  34.5" h
Jean Prouvé, 1950.