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The Karate Chair was designed by Michel Cadestin for Airborne, in France, during the 1970's This beautiful piece is a testament to the designer's skill and craftsmanship, and it has become an iconic example of the period's most celebrated designs.
The chair's frame is made of high-quality molded white fiberglass shells that is set over a weighted swiveling base. Back shells, armrests and the loose seat cushion are covered with a new upholstery in cognac-colored velvet by Pierre Frey, and stuck with buttons of the same color. The seat and backrest are perfectly proportioned to offer optimal comfort and support, and the chair's reclining angle makes it an ideal spot for relaxation.
Overall, the Karate Chair by Michel Cadestin for Airborne is a true masterpiece of design. Beautiful Space Age Design from France, which is reminiscent of Joe Colombo's famous "Elda" armchairs. Its lines, high-quality materials, and exceptional craftsmanship make it an enduring classic. Whether placed in a living room, office, or bedroom, this chair is sure to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space.
This piece is in original and good vintage condition, with some scratches on the fiberglass.

Karate Fiberglass Shell Lounge Chair by Michel Cadestin for Airborne, 1970's

SKU: 758
Out of Stock
  • Reupholstered, Original Vintage Condition

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