Dos à Dos was designed in 1967 for the Louvre Museum, where its curves had the discreet but essential role of accommodating visitors as they admired the spellbinding antiquities and works by great European masters.
It has been faithfully reproduced by LaCividina and it is still just as perfect today. It can be used in many ways, including as an eye-catching sculpture/seat.
- Reinforced frame for public area use
- Flame-retardant polyurethane foam
- Undeformable polyurethane foam of different densities
- Reinforced stitching with carbon fiber support
Pierre Paulin was unquestionably one of the pioneers of modern design. From the beginning of his career in the 1950s, he played a decisive role in the history of design and revolutionized the French lifestyle thanks to his progressive personal vision for homes.