Set of four chairs, model 3221, envisioned in the 1950s by the Japanese designer and architect Junzo Sakakura, known for his collaboration with Le Corbusier. These chairs exude the sophistication and functional ingenuity inherent to Sakakura, showcased through their modernist and avant-garde design.
Crafted from beech wood, their four-legged base elegantly cradles a curved seat and back, ensuring both style and comfort. This design seamlessly harmonizes with the simplicity of Japanese living, skillfully balancing tradition and modernity.
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