Luxembourg Low Chair
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It was in the 1920s that the Luxembourg low armchair first appeared along the pathways of the famous Paris park from which it takes its name, straight from the Parisian workshops where the first versions were made. Who could know then that, decades later, it would be reproduced by a workshop dedicated to traditional crafts at Fermob. In the 1990s, at the request of the Jardin du Luxembourg, Fermob started manufacturing the armchair once again. Today, the Luxembourg low armchair continues to charm thanks to its numerous qualities: its lightness makes it easy to move it from one end of the garden to the other; its clever design includes accessories such as a headrest and low tables to create a lounge corner; and its practicality means it is perfectly stackable for easy storage.
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