Copacabana Lounge Chair

High Quality Designer Home Furniture

Like a Single Pencil Stroke

 

The Copacabana Lounge Chair was designed in 1955 by Mathieu Matégot. The lounge chair has the impression of being sketched at the initial stages of the design, with a single pencil stroke that lines its elegance and continuous structure.

 

It is constructed  with perforated metal Rigitulle sheet, a material that often signifies the work of Matégot. The Copacabana Lounge Chair is available in black and a wide range of upholstery.

 

GuBI

Design company Gubi searches for beauty and raw design genius in unchartered territories. They aim to provide you with high quality, contemporary furniture designs that evolve with time and allow you to enjoy the luxuries of life.

 

SAFETY & WARRANTY INFORMATION

Gubi is known for their exceptional quality and design. All purchased Gubi products come with a 2 year warranty that covers any material or manufacturing defects.

Dimensions (D x W x H)

735 x 645 x 695 mm

 

Materials/Finishes:

Base – Powder Lacquered Steel

Upholster – Fabric, Leather

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DESIGNER

Hungarian designer and architect Mathieu Matégot was credited to be one of the most renowned French designers of the 1950s. He settled in France after graduating at Budapest's School of Art and Architecture. He returned from his volunteering in the French army in 1944 and begun to produce handcrafted furniture in Paris. Matégot utilized many organic forms and had incredibly light touch in his designs to portray a feeling of delight. He was the first to combine metal tubing with perforated sheet metal, a patented technique called Rigitulle. These revolutionary and innovative techniques he used in his designs resulted in a body of work that continues to inspire many modern designers to this day.

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