Pair of vintage 'Koala' brown mohair velvet poufs by Garouste et Bonetti, 1995

France

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About this vintage design furniture

Superb pair of poufs by Elizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti, Koala model, with bentwood structure and solid patinated bronze base. Garouste and Bonetti began their collaboration and gained worldwide recognition following the interior design of the Parisian discotheque Le Palace in 1979, commissioned by Fabrice Eamer. This pouffe was designed by the duo in 1995, and published by BGH. Each patinated bronze leg is stamped B.G. They have been fully restored, and covered with Pierre Frey reference Teddy, an extremely soft, thick mohair velvet fabric reminiscent of a teddy bear. Reference: Y. Brunhammer and M.L. Perrin, "Le mobilier français 1960-1998", Editions Massin, Paris, 1998, pages 58, 94 and 101. Reference : 292513

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Features

Length
42 cm
Height
39 cm
Depth
42 cm
Seat height
39 cm
Designer
GAROUSTE & BONETTI
Condition
Good
Quantity
Set of 2
Style
Contemporary
Period
1990s
Origin
French
Colour
Brown
Secondary colour
Golden
Main material
Velvet
Other material
Bronze

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About the designer

GAROUSTE & BONETTI

Garouste & Bonetti is a French design duo made up of Élisabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti. They met in 1979 and began working together in 1981. Their work is characterized by a mix of styles and references, ranging from art nouveau to art deco, baroque and gothic.

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