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A lounge chair outdoors designed finally made in 1940
The chaise longue outdoor Tokyo is originally designed in 1940 finally established. Breathtaking in its natural simplicity, it is surprising that this drawing shows ever built. However, as with a deceased recorded audio tracks that are not issued musician later, we see this often happens in other sectors.
Wood Outdoor Lounger
In this case, the outdoor chaise longue Tokyo was designed by the legendary French designer Charlotte Perriand. The designer Charlotte Perriand designed, as she has lived and worked in Japan. It 'was a reinterpretation of the long bamboo chair Cassina LC4. A poetic synthesis between rationalism and human nature. Cassina now offers the design of different types of wood: bamboo, teak and beech.
Along outdoor chair, designed in 1940
Tokyo has a natural shape, curvy and welcoming. Deckchair consists of 12 strips of curved wood. The design is available in five colors, with padding in polyurethane waste water and stain-resistant polyester coating. The outdoor terrace is ideal for outdoor use. His sculptural presence would be nice to complement any home or garden.
Shape Natural and beautiful design
All elements have been combined in perfect harmony with Cassina and can be seen on the porch coffee and pavilions, patio or sidewalk. The vitality of this timeless classic is perfectly expressed genuine. These are not museum pieces, rigid in his approach, but human art, which can be reinterpreted in a continuous manner. They have a balanced synergy between culture and nature.
Bamboo, teak and beech
Comfort for your body
structure consists of wooden slats twelve o'clock
gewungene form and light wood frame