1940s French armchair  inspired by a design of André Arbus.

Solid Cherrywood frame with quiver-shaped carved armrests. Varnish finishings. Upholstering in white and covering with COM.

Born in 1903, André Arbus was a French furniture designer, sculptor, and architect of the Art Deco period. He designed luxury furniture inspired by French Classicism in the 1930s and 1940s. Arbus used high end materials such as lacquer, parchment, rare wood veneers, bronze…


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Vosges manufactures bespoke Art Deco and Mid Century Modern style chairs inspired by great French 20th century designers. André Arbus has, of course, inspired some of our models. All our pieces are unique and made upon order by very skilled craftsmen. Our team can adapt our models to your requested dimensions, finishings and comfort requests. Vosges furthermore designs and crafts any pieces from your own drawings or images.

Top members of Architectural’ s Digest AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List hire Vosges as a trustworthy source for tailor-made chairs, furniture and lighting. As a result, you will find our work in exclusive apartments, town houses, manors and super-yachts all around the world.


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Photo: Thomas Hennocque