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The Beaubourg chair was conceived by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano and designed specifically for the Pompidou Center in Paris. The final form was created by Georges Laurent and Michel Cadestin. The Beaubourg chair was selected as the winning chair by a jury headed by Jean Prouve. The famous Pompidou Centre in Paris has become one of the most important buildings of the late twentieth century. The ground breaking architecture of the art museum ushered in Deconstruction and Post Modernism and stands today as an exemplary archetype. These historic chairs feature their original cedar color leather coverings, which have an aged patina.