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

Paulistano mesh chair, 1957

Paulistano mesh chair by Paulo Mendes da Rocha for Objekto.

Designed in 1957, the Paulistano chair, featured in the MoMA design collection, is constructed from a single bent steel bar with a steel mesh cover. The combination of materials provides great comfort and a light aesthetic.

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Paulistano mesh chair by Paulo Mendes da Rocha for Objekto.

Designed in 1957, the Paulistano chair, featured in the MoMA design collection, is constructed from a single bent steel bar with a steel mesh cover. The combination of materials provides great comfort and a light aesthetic.

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70w x 70d x 38/82cmh

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Frame available in M1.1 Polished stainless steel.

Cover in stainless steel mesh.

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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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