Pierre Chapo, ‘Pair of Armchairs XS 10X’, ca. 1970, Hep Galerie
Pierre Chapo, ‘Pair of Armchairs XS 10X’, ca. 1970, Hep Galerie
Pierre Chapo, ‘Pair of Armchairs XS 10X’, ca. 1970, Hep Galerie
Pierre Chapo, ‘Pair of Armchairs XS 10X’, ca. 1970, Hep Galerie
Pierre Chapo, ‘Pair of Armchairs XS 10X’, ca. 1970, Hep Galerie

Gorgeous pair of vintage armchairs in elm wood and leather.
Armrest with straps in leather. Swivelling backrest.

Manufacturer: Pierre Chapo

Pierre Chapo ( 1927 -1987 ) Born in France into a family of craftsmen, Pierre Chapo received his architectural training at l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. After graduating in 1958, he established his first studio in Clamart, France and subsequently opened la Galerie Chapo in Paris. In addition to featuring his own work, the gallery exhibited decorative objects, ceramics, lighting and Scandinavian design. He found inspiration in the work of Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Bauhaus, Charlotte Perriand in addition to his extensive travels throughout Europe and the United States. Pierre Chapo was a master wood craftsman which is reflected in his seminal works.

His furniture are mainly out of solid oak, elm, ash or teak with a concern for contemporary design and traditional know-how.

About Pierre Chapo