The Groovy armchair by Pierre Paulin is a classic.
Its soft and elegant shape highlights its function while accentuating comfort and aesthetics. As a single piece or in a pair, it brings a sculptural dimension to a refined room matching easily all kind of atmosphere.
As comfortable as it is functional, its compact size allows the Groovy to find its place in a bedroom as well as in the living room. The Groovy consists of a wide, fully padded seat and backrest that provide good back support and are connected by aluminum glides.
In 1964 Pierre Paulin presented the F580 model, the first version of the Groovy armchair. This model is one of the great achievements of the period from 1958 to 1968 during which, inspired in particular by car industry, he used tubular structures covered with molded foam and stretch textile to gain lightness and strength while allowing industrialization.
In the early 1970s, the F598 Groovy armchair took its final shape and enjoyed great success until the end of the edition. Paulin, Paulin, Paulin, in parallel with his collections of rare or never-before-published models, is now creating a new catalog devoted to the industrial icons of Pierre Paulin.