Design Objects - The chaise-longue TERMINAL 1 (2008) by Jean-Marie Massaud

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The author is a well-known French designer and architect, Jean-Marie Massaud. He collaborated with big names in the fields of design and fashion, such as Poltrona Frau, B&B Italia, Lancôme, Dior (to name a few), and twice was named DESIGNER OF THE YEAR, in 2007 and 2009, at Salon Maison and Object Paris – an international fair for home design objects.

Among his most famous creations is the chaise-longue Terminal 1. It has a linear and minimalistic look, perfectly suited for a lounge room/waiting area or a living room. 

The structure is made of rigid polyurethane foam molded in a unique block and lately upholstered in natural leather, today proposed in two versions: anthracite GM141 and white GM117. The base is in tubular steel varnished correspondently in anthracite (dark grey) or white.

This choice of finish guarantees a clean, modern, and unicolor piece of furniture, where the focal point is focused on its futuristic soft curved forms, making it the first pick for many design lovers around the world.

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