Architect Guido Faleschini designed the timeless Tuchroma chair in 1969. Since then, the chair has solidified it’s status as an icon by remaining one of the best selling pieces of Pace’s home collection. Ample cushions float within the tubular chrome frame achieving a balance of comfort and style. Look from the rear view to delight in the leather saddle straps accentuating the cushions. Hand-polished chrome frames create visual continuity guiding your eye through the form. Four chairs are included in this set priced as a group. This is a vintage set of chairs, several decades old. The previous owner has replaced the original covering with this handsome cedar colored faux leather. The cruelty free upholstery achieves the look of leather without the guilt of true leather. The chairs are in beautiful vintage condition with only superficial wear to the rear leather straps.
<h3>Pace Collection</h3>Pace Collection home and office furniture was founded in New York City in 1962 by brothers Irving and Leon Rosen. Pace focused on creating high-end furniture for interior designers and architects. Many of their design’s use sleek materials like exotic veneers, glass, brass, chrome and leather lending a smart look to sophisticated spaces. The sex appeal of Pace’s furniture set them apart from other contract companies like Knoll, Steelcase and Herman Miller. Most iconic are glass waterfall occasional tables designed by Leon Rosen.