Pair of armchair created for Steiner , an important innovative company during the 1930's to the 1970's , this pair is from the late 1960's when the form stated to be softer , France was done with the war damage so the atmosphere became more playful . Steiner , who was an editor created their own version inspired by Michel Castedin " Karate " fauteuil edited by Airborne , Michel Castedin was himself inspired by Colombo who designed the armchair Elda. Knoll France , a distinct company from Knoll international participated in this project as the fabric imprinted with the Knoll shows , underneath there is the Steiner metal plate label .I did not yet found who was the designer who put it together , clearly a creative move from Steiner in order to compete with Airborne and Minvielle.
Size H. 36 x W.36x L.36 , the size are included in a square which create a pleasing look. Good antique condition with some normal use