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Schoolroom Chic à la Francaise

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 11, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Feb 09, 2015

Designed in 1947 by Gaston Cavaillon and manufactured by Mullca Compagny until 1996, the Chaise 510 is a schoolroom classic. French company Label Edition has reintroduced the stackable, affordable, utilitarian seat.  Above: The re-editions include the 510 Chaise Originale, plus an armchair and stool. Above: The 510 Chaise Originale  is €169 ($191.54) from Made in Design. Above: The Armchair Originale has wooden armrests and was used by French teachers in the classroom. Above: The Children's 510 Chaise Originale  in beechwood and metal is €136 ($154) from Made in Design. Above: The  High Stool 510 Originale  is available in two heights: 60 centimeters (24 inches) and 80 centimenters (31 inches). Browse our Furniture Gallery to see more of our finds, including:  10 Favorites: Best of Ikea 2015 A Classic Reimagined: The New T14 Chair from Tolix Responsible Plastic Chairs Made from Wool 5 Favorites: Modern Leather Sling Chairs More Stories from Remodelista Aether Cone: The Music Player That Thinks Table of Contents: The French Connection Current Obsessions: Advanced Geometry






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