• Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto
  • Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto
  • Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto
  • Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto
  • Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto
  • Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto
  • Paulistano leather chair, 1957, Paulo mendes da rocha, Objekto

Paulistano leather chair, 1957

Paulistano chair by Paulo Mendes da Rocha for Objekto.

Designed in 1957, the Paulistano chair features in the MoMA design collection. It is constructed from a single bent steel bar, available with a leather or cotton cover. The combination of materials provides great comfort and a light aesthetic. This design classic is available in a range of frame finishes and upholstery.

A canvas version is also available for outdoor use, see product range below.

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Paulistano chair by Paulo Mendes da Rocha for Objekto.

Designed in 1957, the Paulistano chair features in the MoMA design collection. It is constructed from a single bent steel bar, available with a leather or cotton cover. The combination of materials provides great comfort and a light aesthetic. This design classic is available in a range of frame finishes and upholstery.

A canvas version is also available for outdoor use, see product range below.

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70w x 70d x 38/82cmh

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Frame available in the following finishes:

M1.1 Polished stainless steel
M2.1 Phosphated steel
M4.1 Powder coated carbon steel - black
M4.2 Powder coated carbon steel - white

Leather cover available in the following full-grain semi-aniline vegetable-tanned leathers:

C1.1 Black
C1.2 Matt black
C1.3 Macassar brown
C1.4 Cognac
C1.5 Terracotta
C1.6 Whiskey
C1.7 White

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Objekto, meaning “object” in Esperanto.

Objekto, meaning “object” in Esperanto.

The company accommodates creations from selected distinct designers such as Paulo Mendes da Rocha or Maurício Klabin.

Its products are original and poetic in design and practical in form. The products and raw materials are made in Europe, using recycled steel, cotton canvas and sustainably sourced wood. One of Objekto's main focus is on protecting the environment and material quality, sourcing materials from dependable suppliers. 

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