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By Mathieu Matégot

Nagasaki Bar Stool

2.999 kr.

In addition to the chair, a matching Nagasaki Bar Stool is also part of the Nagasaki Collection and is also made of perforated metal but with four tubular metal legs.

  • Shell Colour:Soft Black Semi Matt
ITEM NO: 10024452
    • Market Compliance:Global
    • Design:Nagasaki
    • Product Net Weight Kg:8
    • Gross Weight Kg:9.65
    • Gross Height Meter:0.74
    • Gross Length Meter:0.41
    • Gross Depth Meter:0.38
    • Seating Dimensions Dx Wx H:38 x 39 x 74 cm
    • Seat Height:72 cm
    • Seat Width:39 cm
    • Seat Depth:32 cm
    • Base Leg Thickness:Ø2,2 cm
    • Footrest Height:31 cm
    • Frame Width:37 cm
    • Frame Depth:38 cm

In addition to the chair, a matching Nagasaki Bar Stool is also part of the Nagasaki Collection and is also made of perforated metal but with four tubular metal legs.

Highly graphic design

The highly graphic design construction is evocative of Le Corbusier’s work for the Church at Ronchamp.

NAGASAKI CHAIR

The Nagasaki Chair is designed in 1954 and is still Mathieu Matégot’s best-known piece. It was exhibited for the first time at the 1954 Salon des Artistes Décorateurs and, along with Arne Jacobsen’s Ant Chair (1952), is one of only a few three-legged models.

 

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MATHIEU MATÉGOT

 

Mathieu Matégot (1910–2001) was a self-taught Hungarian designer who settled in Paris after travelling, studying, and gaining experience in set design, window dressing, fashion, and tapestry.

He volunteered for the French army during the Second World War but was captured by the Germans and put to work in a mechanical accessories plant. It was here that he recognized the potential for perforated sheet metal to lend transparency, weightlessness and modernity to new forms. After the war, he developed Rigitulle – his take on the material – and his own folding, shaping, and bending technique.

 

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