Chaise Tout Bois

Designed By

Jean Prouvé, a French metalworker and architect, designed the Chaise Tout Bois in 1941. During World War II, there was a limited supply of metal, so Prouvé took the design of his Prouvé Standard chair and replaced all its metal components with wood entirely wood. The Chaise Tout Bois contained both hardwood and plywood and was designed to be assembled without any screws.

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1940s

MATERIAL

Plywood; Wood

CATEGORY

Furniture

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