In 1967, Pierre Paulin created the original design of this unusual seat for the Louvre museum, where it can still be found today. 50 years later, LaCividina has presented a fresh take on the Dos à Dos Louvre concept. As a work of art and design, it is just as intense as the original. It is ideal for catering to the many needs of the contract market, but it also makes a perfect addition to smaller residential settings with its blend of practicality and visual appeal. It is a timeless seating solution thanks to the simple, effective design and the functional, stylish curves.
For the updated Dos à Dos Louvre, LaCividina followed the original design and used typical 1970s manufacturing techniques. For example, elastic seat webbing in conjunction with memory foam padding of varying densities gives compactness and flexibility. It is only light in aesthetic terms, because the seat has a metal core that makes it suitable for even very heavy use. The covers are available in stretch material and other fabrics, as specified in the data sheet. Dos à Dos Louvre is shaped around the curves of the body. The seats can be used individually or lined up in limitless numbers to form benches.