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Charlotte Biltgen

Eileen Sofa

From 9 330

Sofa upholstered with Bisson Bruneel fabric

Stained oak feet

 

Standard dimensions with back cushions :

L 250 x W 103 x H 82 cm

L 98.4″ x W 40.5″ x H 32.8″

Standard dimensions without back cushions :

L 250 x W 93 x H 82 cm

L 98.4″ x W 36.6″ x H 32.8″

Also available in L 215 cm – L 280 cm – L 305 cm

Also available in L 84.6″ – L 110.2″ – L 120″

 

Bespoke upholstery available upon request

14 m of fabric needed (+2m with back cushions) for

L 215 cm and L 250 cm

15 m of fabric needed (+3m with back cushions) for

L 280 cm and L 305 cm

 

Available with 2 decorative cushions upholstered with Pierre Frey Papunya fabric

 

Handmade in Italy

Production lead time : 12 weeks

 

Pictures by Cecil Mathieu

Please contact us for more information or for a bespoke order

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Product Description

This furniture collection was designed by Charlotte Biltgen for a Parisian Haussmanian apartment. It is a classic and elegant line with attention to detail as a common thread:
“I imagined timeless pieces that we would like to keep for a long time, reassuring objects that accompany us. In harmony with Eileen Gray’s work and the modernist movement of the 1930s, elegance is played on a set of curves that expresses softness and femininity, and a set of materials that allows the work of the simple form to give sophistication, texture and contrast to the various pieces of furniture. Sometimes the appearance of brass as a jewel brings a burst of light to the material.”

Charlotte Biltgen

Charlotte Biltgen

Since 2015, Charlotte Biltgen has designed several restaurants for some famous chefs, among which the Clover - the new spot of Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Piège-, chef Armand Arnal’s two new restaurants in Tokyo, and the Klay club. She has also completed a wonderful villa in Cannes, in the south of France, and some luxury apartments in Paris. She is currently working on a house project in Brazil, and a gulet (a two or three-masted wooden sailing vessel) in the Mediterranean.

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