Eileen Gray

transat chair 1927

Bespoke | From £11 016
incl. VAT*
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Materials

Originally created for the villa E-1027 and re-edited by Ecart International
Structure in natural beech wood or in black lacquered
Special lacquer colour on request
Adjustable back cushion and chromium-plated brass locksmithing
Armchair upholstered in Ecart fabric, Ecart leather, cowhide, foal, COM fabric or COL leather
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Sizes

L 55 x W 106 x H 79 cm
L 21.6″ x W 41.7″ x H 31.1″
Fabric required: 2.5 m / 2.7 yd
Leather required: 3.5 m / 3.8 yd

Manufacturing

Handmade in France
Production lead time: 12 – 14 weeks


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Eileen Gray

transat chair 1927

Bespoke | £11 016
incl. VAT*

Eileen Gray

“Eileen Gray’s work was, also, in its day, part of a personal style and philosophy of design which was, by the look of things, too rich for the punditry to take. And if the punditry didn’t publish you, particularly in the great canon-defining compendia of the thirties, forties and fifties you dropped off the record, and ceased to be a part of the universe of scholarly discourse”. Architectural critic Reyner Banham, beautifully summed up the reason why Eileen Gray’s achievements were never fully recognised during her lifetime. A true genius, the Irish architect and furniture designer has created some of the most stunning pieces of furniture and interiors in the history of twentieth century design: at last, she is now considered one of the most influential artists of modernism and Art Deco.

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