Pair of Christian Durupt stools from Meribel, France, 1950s

Durupt, Christian

A pair of stained pine stools by French architect Christian Durupt, from a chalet at the French ski resort of Méribel.
The stools have four tapering legs with metal stretchers and a square seating.

Cristian Durupt and Paul Jacques Grillo were the architects that started the development of the Méribel ski resort and also created some furniture pieces, like these stools. Charlotte Perriand did the overall interior for the apartment complex in the ski resort.

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  • 23.2 In / 59.0 cm
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