Olivier Mourgue Djinn chaise lounge, model 8412
Olivier Mourgue (borne 1939, France) worked with the French manufacturer ‘Airborne International’ (located in Montreuilsous-Bois, France) from 1963. At Airborne, Olivier Mourgue designed his well-known classic Djinn chairs (1965) made famous by ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ by Stanley Kubrick. Stanley Kubrick created a futuristic rotating Hilton hotel in Space. In it, the Djinn chairs received their lasting moment of fame. The Djinn chairs feature a wave-like, low-slung silhoette.
W: 175 cm, H: 63 cm, D: 60 cm
W: 68.9 in, H: 24.8 in, D: 23.6 in
Materials: Original strech fabric-coverd, steel frame and gliders
Manufacturer: Airborne International, France
Condition: Very good
Quantity available: 1
Literature: Sourcebook of Modern furniture, J. Haberger-J.H. Osman, page 33.
Op to pop – furniture of the 1960s, Cara Greenberg, page 149.
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