Tremblay armchairs

Collection Bina Baitel / Christophe Gaillard Gallery, 2022

The TREMBLAY armchairs were created for the main living room of the Château du Tremblay in Normandy, a space entirely devoted to art and good living by the Christophe Gaillard Gallery.

At the border of the organic and the monolithic, the armchairs are presented as two minerals sculpted in the mass.

Falsely identical, each armchair presents its own character underlined by the drawing of a silhouette with free contours. The chairs seem to dialogue with each other in an expressive and spontaneous asymmetry.

The dimensions are deliberately spectacular and encompassing, offering ergonomic and sculptural comfort.

Photos: Yosuke Kojima
Reference image: Claire Anderson and Rose Carter, 1918

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