La Mome Two Tone Chair

SKU: 3702

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Behind this "pretty lady" lies an impressive story. She owes her attractive curves to Olivier Gence, a design student from ENSAAMA and one of 58 entries in a competition to reinvent the legendary Bistro chair. Sensitive to the chair's popular spirit, Olivier produced a winning submission named after Edith Piaf (the archetypal Parisian lady): a modern, mobile chair with a handle that can be used to fold and unfold the chair with the utmost simplicity. Its wider slats make it even more comfortable. The result is a cheeky nod to its illustrious elder sister.

ENSAAMA-Oliver Gence

A versatile designer at home in any field, he is a science and industrial design graduate from the ENSAAMA design school, and holds a Masters in Design Strategies earned in partnership with the prestigious French luxury brands of the Comité Colbert. He now wields his creative talent for Sismo, a Paris-based innovation and design experience agency. His design work is characterised by its surprising, pragmatic, and empathetic aspects, and its focus on what really matters. He is equally comfortable working on industrial projects and publishing design, from furniture to high-tech, not to mention as a design consultant for companies with a thirst for innovation.

ENSAAMA-Oliver Gence's Web-Site

Technical Specs

Commercial Use Yes

Feature Folding

Material Steel

Warranty 2 Years