Transat Chair 1927

Designed by:  Eileen Gray
Manufactured by:  Ecart International

The Transat Chair was created for the House  E—1027 at Roquebrune.  Structure in natural beech wood or black lacquered (other colors available upon request), with adjustable back cushion upholstered in leather or in linen.  Manufactured by Ecart International.

Designed in 1927.

Contact Switch Modern for fabric options and pricing (404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com).
21.6" W, 41.7" D, 31.1" H

$11,928 - $16,474
Designed by:  Eileen Gray
Manufactured by:  Ecart International

The Transat Chair was created for the House  E—1027 at Roquebrune.  Structure in natural beech wood or black lacquered (other colors available upon request), with adjustable back cushion upholstered in leather or in linen.  Manufactured by Ecart International.

Designed in 1927.

Contact Switch Modern for fabric options and pricing (404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com).
21.6" W, 41.7" D, 31.1" H

$11,928 - $16,474
$11,928.00-$16,474.00
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Designed by:  Eileen Gray
Manufactured by:  Ecart International

The Transat Chair was created for the House  E—1027 at Roquebrune.  Structure in natural beech wood or black lacquered (other colors available upon request), with adjustable back cushion upholstered in leather or in linen.  Manufactured by Ecart International.

Designed in 1927.

Contact Switch Modern for fabric options and pricing (404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com).
21.6" W, 41.7" D, 31.1" H

$11,928 - $16,474

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