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Matégot Trolley

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Matégot Trolley frame RAL 9005 gloss 10 (Matt), Mategot trolleyTable top rose gloss 10,

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  • Matégot Trolley_60002-00-1004
  • Matégot Trolley_60002-00-1005
  • Matégot Trolley_60002-00-1006
  • Matégot Trolley_60002-00-1007
  • Matégot Trolley_60002-00-1008
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Matégot Collection

Mathieu Matégot's organic forms and lightness of touch create a sense of joy and the ground breaking and innovative techniques that he applied resulted in unique aesthetics and, above all, contemporary designs. Today, Matégot's designs are equally fit for the purpose as when they were originally conceived, and his legendary designs are both timeless and classic.

The Nagasaki chair is one of few three-legged chairs and is still Matégot's best-known piece. It is included in the permanent exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum. The Copacabana chair is included in the design collection at the Museum of Decoratives Arts in Paris and the design collection at the Georges Pompidou Centre, National Museum of Modern Art, Industrial centre, Beaubourg, Paris.

Gubi's collection of original Mategot design includes The Nagasaki Chair & Stool, The Dedal Shelf, Kangourou Table, The Mategot Coatrack & Trolley, The Demon Shelf System and the Copacabana Chair and Table.

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About Mathieu Matégot

Mathieu Matégot (1910 - 2001). After studying at Budapest's school of art and architecture, Matégot created scenery and tapestries for the National Theatre. He settled in France in 1931 and as a volunteer in the French army, was captured and not released until 1944. After returning home, he started producing handmade furniture in Paris. For a decade Matégot created various design classics but at the beginning of the 60's changed course to focus on the design of tapestries, for which he won international acclaim.