Sometimes a place guides inspiration. As proof of this: the TNP armchair designed by Christophe Pillet for the Villeurbanne Théâtre National Populaire (the former Palais du Travail based on the Stalinist model) when it was made over in 2011. Just like the building that houses it, the armchair is both flashy and minimalist. It is a universal, versatile armchair made from a simple material – metal – as a nod to the world of work and manufacturing and is perfectly at home in many different environments, including restaurants, bars and offices.
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