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Set Of Six Pierre Guariche “Quatre Faces” Chairs

Set Of Six Pierre Guariche “Quatre Faces” Chairs

Set Of Six Pierre Guariche “Quatre Faces” Chairs


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Rare set of six Pierre Guariche tubular steel “Quatre faces” dining chairs
Steiner edition France circa 1960
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Pierre Guariche (1926–1995) was a French designer, interior decorator and architect. He is perhaps best known for the residential lights that he designed for Pierre Disderot in the 1950s, but he was also an innovative furniture designer and architect. In the 1950s he was employed by the new company Airborne, Guariche proposed a complete suite of furniture for a house, which he called "Prefacto", as his first project for Airborne. Using metal tubes and wood he created furniture for the different rooms in a dwelling, including tables, chairs and modular storage units. In 1951 Guariche began to collaborate with Steiner, a major furniture manufacturer. He designed the innovative chair called "tonneau", with a plastic and aluminum version in 1953 and a bent plywood version in 1954. Pierre Guariche was awarded the René Gabriel prize in 1965.

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