Suspended Chair


The new suspended chair designed by Felix Guyon of Quebec outfit Les Ateliers Guyon is part of a larger collection of objects and luminaires inspired by the romantic period of Paris’ second industrialization, otherwise known as La Belle Époque. Each product bears the name of a famous person from that era, with this chair named after one of the first movie directors, Georges Méliès, whose imagination, according to Guyon, “soars in a boundless sky and the past and future meet.”

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