Congratulations to the winner! Magnus Øverby from Denmark won a Fauteuil Direction chair from Nest.co.uk.
The Fauteuil Direction metal-framed armchair was first designed by French designer Jean Prouvé in 1951. It features triangular back legs bent from steel to support weight where it's most needed and wood armrests mounted on a tubular metal frame.
These limited-edition pieces ended production in April but the winner of this competition will receive the grey Fauteuil Direction armchair pictured.
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Here's more information from Nest.co.uk:
Part of the recent Prouvé RAW collection from Vitra and G-Star, the Fauteuil Direction chair is a classic item, reinvented for a modern audience.
The Prouvé RAW collection was an exclusive collaboration between Vitra and fashion house G-Star which saw 17 of Prouvé’s designs re-imagined with a fresh colour palette and revised functionality.
The Fauteuil Direction balances industrial architectural forms with exceptional comfort, making the best use of Prouvé’s preferred material: sheet steel. Prouvé’s characteristic design principles of championing honest materials and employing a democratic approach to design were closely followed with the re-introduction of the Fauteuil Direction and careful consideration was taken over the colour. Prouvé’s daughter, Catherine Prouvé, helped refine the colour palette of aluminium, charcoal and gunmetal grey – a shade which was a personal favourite of her fathers.
Production of the Prouvé RAW collection was strictly limited and manufacture ceased this April. All pieces are now collectable items.
Nest.co.uk is a modern design superstore based in the heart of Sheffield's city centre. Founded in 2002 by Christian Hawley, the company now operates a successful website selling a large collection of the best classic and contemporary design. The collection includes well-known names such as Vitra, Tom Dixon and Cassina, as well as new and emerging talent such as La Chance, Resident and Areti. With a dedicated team of specifiers, Nest.co.uk also offer support and guidance for design projects – from small-scale residential to large, corporate projects. Go to Nest.co.uk to find out more.