The inviting Pacha lounge chair was originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1975, and it replaced the austerity of post-war design with a more organic and curvaceous approach.
The Pacha lounge chair has a generous rounded outline and perfectly considered proportions, offering high levels of comfort. With pieces like Pacha, Paulin was an advocate of low-level living by getting rid off chair legs and Pacha is only slightly raised off the ground by means of a small base.
The Pacha lounge chair is available upholstered in a wide range of fabrics; see downloadable upholstery sheet for fabric categories.
Note: In the case of customer own material, 3m of fabric is required. Cost of COM fabric is not included.
Base comes in Pearl Gold or Black.
Pierre Paulin (b.1927) studied at Ecole Camondo Design School in Paris and thereafter joined Marcel Gasoin’s studio. His own work was recognised at the Salon des Arts Menagers exhibition in 1953 and he began a longstanding association with Dutch firm Artifort. His designs for Artifort were strong expressions in form using new textiles and foam technology.
77w x 85d x 65cmh
Made-to-order: 10-12 weeks
Furniture orders over £1500 free for Mainland UK.
Non-Mainland UK and International options available in basket