Corso 5, Paris (FR)
Photo: Martin Argyroglo
Chairs 107 P
This new venue marks another variety in the Corso family: Situated in a concrete building and offering a huge terrace right in front of the river Seine.
It's a feast for the eyes: the 107 chair is particularly suited for use in restaurants and cafés, thanks to an excellent combination of elegance, stability and lightness. With its simple form, it also lends itself perfectly for use as a dining table chair in the home. With the 107 chair, designer Robert Stadler continues Thonet's successful café and bistro furniture tradition. This wooden chair with its elegant form and comfortable feel is almost completely machine-produced, easy to clean and sturdy. Fulfilling both a constructional and aesthetic function, the offset backrest is a particularly striking feature.