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- Iconic industrial design from 1940s
- Powder-coated high quality steel
- The Tolix range also includes the Tolix A Chair, Tolix Barstool and Tolix Stool
About the Tolix Chair
Iconic and edgy, the Tolix Chair has a raw, industrial style which works beautifully in any room in your home and can also be used in your garden. Constructed from powder-coated high quality steel, the Tolix Chair is waterproof, stackable and strong enough to last a lifetime. With a vintage appeal that will only improve with age, the metal of the Tolix Chair provides a perfect contrast to rustic wood and exposed brickwork.
The story behind the Pauchard Tolix Chair
The classic Tolix Chair is a further development of Pauchard’s Tolix A Chair. Designed almost 10-years later, the Tolix Chair has a straighter back with small strips along the seat. Like all Pauchard’s designs it was inspired by a desire to produce high quality, practical household furniture that met the functional needs of everyday life. Pauchard believed furniture should be able to be used in any situation, both indoors and out. The gaps in the seat were specially included to help drain water when it rained.
- SKU : CHA1461639
- Volume m3 : 0.1938
- Packaging Dimensions : 52 x 46 x 86 cm cm
- Material : METAL
- Colour : Raw Metal
- Width : 52 cm
- Height : 78,5 cm
- Depth : 45 cm
- Seating height : 44 cm
About the Designer
“A man possessed of an understanding of raw materials - and the tools used to work them.” Serge Lemoine, former director of Musee d'Orsay, Paris.
French metalworker, Xavier Pauchard is celebrated for bringing the art of galvanizing steel to the furniture industry. His ground breaking, functional chair, stool and table designs are renowned for their stability, lightness and strength. Pauchard grew up surrounded by pine trees in Le Morvan, France. Despite the abundance of timber production around him, Pauchard turned his attentions to metalwork, pioneering new galvanizing techniques to prevent rust. He set up his own company in 1918 selling steel household items. Pauchard’s father and grandfather were zinc roofers, and it was this connection that no doubt led the young Pauchard to experiment with different galvanization techniques. In 1907, he discovered that he could protect sheet metal from rusting by dipping it in molten zinc. After the First World War, Pauchard set about designing a range of household furniture that could be used indoors and out, whatever the weather. His products were universally popular in both homes and business such as cafés, factories, offices and hospitals.Today, Pauchard’s designs have achieved worldwide iconic status and include the colourful Tolix A Chair, Tolix Bar Stool and Tolix Side Table.
“A man possessed of an understanding of raw materials - and the tools used to work them.”
Serge Lemoine, former director of Musee d'Orsay, Paris.