Belleville Chair, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2015
The Belleville Chair is a technically sophisticated plastic chair consisting of two components – a structural frame and a seat shell. Tracing the calligraphic lines of the legs and back, the slender black frame supports a thin shell that tapers from the wide seat surface into a narrow backrest. This type of construction opens up new perspectives for the plastic chair in relation to its material composition: the identity of the Belleville Chair is defined by its seat shell. Available in coloured polypropylene or moulded plywood veneer, the appearance of the Belleville Chair can be transformed from a plastic chair to a wooden chair. An armchair version with forward sloping armrests is also available.
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