Jean Prouve’s Standard Chairs designed in 1934 have become an icon in furniture design, primarily because of their courageous adherence to structural logic, before that of aesthetic beauty.
Named “Standard Chair” because of this quality, Jean Prouvé’s design provides greater stability over traditional four-legged seats as its hollowed wide back legs accommodate the weight distribution that occurs when a person sits back on a chair. The chair’s contoured seat lip is also a logical addition to provide comfort.
Jean Prouvé’s Standard Chair is incredibly functional, and its somewhat industrial silhouette has become loved and treasured by the design world, ensuring its place as a classic chair for any interior and décor.
Recommended for residential and commercial use.
Powdercoated steel; moulded plywood; American Oak natural veneer.
The name Jean Prouve is used to describe the product, not as a trade mark.