Set of Six Cassina Mabelle Armchairs by Patrick Jouin


Item Description

Very rare set of 6 Mabelle armchairs designed in 2003 by Patrick Jouin for Cassina. Marked in the steel frame.
Patrick Jouin studied design at the ENSCI in Paris, graduating in 1992. He started his career at Thomson Multimedia and joined Philippe Starck’s design agency a year later. In 1998 he founded his own design agency, which specializes in industrial design, interior architecture and scenography. He designed objects and furniture for Ligne Roset, Cassina, Fermob, Kartell and Alessi. In addition, he was also active in the car industry; he designed a concept car for Renault.
In 1999 he started a collaboration with master chef Alain Ducasse for whom he designed several restaurants, including the Plaza Athénée, the Spoon Byblos, and Le Mix in New York and Las Vegas. In 2007 he designed the stations for the Parisian Vélib’. He also takes care of the interior of the stations of the Grand Paris Express.
Works by Patrick Jouin can be found in the MoMA, Mudam and Center Pompidou, which in 2010 devoted an exhibition to his work.

Additional Information


Nylon, Steel, Enameled


Good Wear consistent with age and use.


Height: 31.11 in. (79 cm) Width: 22.84 in. (58 cm) Depth: 22.05 in. (56 cm) Seat Height: 17.33 in. (44 cm)

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