A.R.P Daybed by Guariche-Mortier-Motte, circa 1955

REF: 2847

Designer - Pierre Guariche

A.R.P Daybed by Guariche-Mortier-Motte, circa 1955

REF: 2847



Rare LC5 daybed by the ARP workshops: The Atelier de Recherche Plastique (ARP in short) was a collaborative project founded in 1954 by Joseph-André Motte, Michel Mortier and Pierre Guariche with the purpose of designing affordable furniture for the masses, both technically and aesthetically innovative. This short-lived association of the three designers ended in 1957.

This model with integrated shelf and ash veneer frame rests on a square tubular base in black lacquered metal.

The piece has been completely reupholstered with a Nobilis Mont-Blanc woolen cloth

Manufacturer: Les Huchers-Minvielle, circa 1955.

  • Height 63 cm / 25"
  • Width 230 cm / 90 "
  • Depth 85 cm / 33 "


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  • Year Circa 1955
  • Medium Ash Veneer, metal
  • Country France
  • Condition Fair vintage - New cushions