Reissue of a metallic furniture myth of the 1920s
Graphite black #RAL. 9011
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This product also exists with other finishes
Brushed steel Multipl's chair
The raw metallic finish of an industrial furniture icon
Multipl's red chair
A red patinated finish
Multipl's chair antique yellow
An antique yellow matte finish
Multipl's chair white
Delivery via Dachser Flex UK
Curbside delivery by appointment!
Cost of delivery : £21
In stock, Ready for dispatch on Friday 18 August 2017
Fix an appointment 2 to 5 days after shipping
"Very satisfied with the product"
"Very beautiful product corresponds to description and photos of the website"
"Beautiful chairs, very comfortable"
"Very good product"
"Compliant product of good quality"
"Very beautiful, according to description and images but arrived a little damaged"
Industrial style of the 20s and 30s
In the 20s and 30s metal furniture began to find its place in interiors. The exteriors are also very strongly influenced by this trend as park benches, lanterns, advertising columns and chairs are constructed in the Luxembourg style. In factories the use of folding furniture, desk-side containers, metal wardrobes and furniture with metal pigeonholes starts to be used more and more. Because shortly after the demand for this furniture grew radically the methods of production were modernized. The first steel metal factories were established and they enhanced with the industrial style.
The selection of PIB
Since 2010 PIB works together with suppliers with verified product quality. After sorting out the best products all of them fulfill our criteria's: Style, quality and timelessness. We observe the newest trends so that our style of decoration is always up to date. We combine the newest trends with the flair of the 20th century which makes our products timeless. Only suppliers which fulfill the criteria of style, esthetic and quality are being used for the production of our products.