The reinvented cane work! The use of cane for chairs took his growth during the Regency (1715 - 1723). This particular design came down through the ages and became part of the collective memory. An enlarged historical pattern, in a metal structure laser-cut and the combination of a style and a technology makes us travel from the 18th to the 21st century. Apparently simple, these objects are made from a really technical prowess. They are made of a single piece of metal cut, folded, welded and coated in epoxy paint. Louis XV would have liked it, Louis XVI would have loved it! C 1715 bench comes with matching cushions using trompe l'oeil pattern printing textile. Available in 6 colours: Black, Blue, Grey, Red, White & Green, the cushion is composed of high-density foam and 2 removable envelopes. Under this cushion, embossed hexagonal shape fits into the centre hole of the seat. The base is protected with transparent plastic tips. Lenght 150 cm (59.0514’’), Height 88.5 cm (34.84’’), Depth 45.5 cm (17.91’’), Seat 45 cm (17.72’’). Metal thickness. 2.5 mm.Made in France.