Michel Arnoult wooden armchair, Brazil, 1950s

Arnoult, Michel
Lounge Chairs

A wooden armchair by French-Brazilian designer Michel Arnoult (1922 - 2005). The chair is made of a reclining plywood seating and backrest in a wooden frame.

Paris born Arnoult moved to Curitiba, Brazil, where he started his company Mobilia Cotemporânea in 1952. With this company he pioneered in the field of Ready-To-Assemble (RTA) furniture.

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