Pacha Chair Pierre Paulin, Mobilier International


An iconic piece of design by Pierre Paulin, designed in 1975. Produced and labeled by Edition Mobilier International in 1981. The chair has been upholstered with Aristide Teddy in Offwhite.

Pierre Paulin enrolled in the École Camondo design school in Paris and began studying under renowned furniture designer Marcel Gascoin. He developed an interest in Scandinavian and Japanese design, as well as works from Charles and Ray Eames, Herman Miller, and others. Paulin later went on to become a lasting influence on the furniture design scene throughout the 1960s and 70s with iconic works, such as the Mushroom (1959), Tongue (1963), and Ribbon (1966) chairs.

H68 W86 D97 SH39 cm
Molded plywood, foam structure. Aristide Bouclé teddy, 34%VI-33%PC-17%WO-8%PL-4%LI-4%CO