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Design catalogue Tables

Jacques Hitier’s low table

Among Jacques Hitier’s tables, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most memorable coffee table: Jacques Hitier low table. Jacques Hitier designs several variations of his coffee table. the circular-shaped tabletop model the triangular-shaped tabletop model Background This coffee table was first introduced in 1955 at the French design art fair called “Salon […]

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Design catalogue Desks

Jacques Hitier’s walled desk

Among Jacques Hitier’s desks, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most memorable writing desk: Jacques Hitier walled desk. Jacques Hitier designs several variations of portable and folding chairs. the student model a model for the living room Background There are several models of this writing desk to be able to fit with […]

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Design catalogue Shelves

Jacques Hitier’s walled corner shelves

Among Jacques Hitier’s shelves, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most iconic shelves: Jacques Hitier corner shelves. Background of these corner shelves The central metallic pole represents a break in style after War World 2 at the early stage of the Reconstruction period. Design to optimize the living space and avoid congested […]

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Jacques Hitier’s “Mérignac” low chair

Among Jacques Hitier’s chairs, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most iconic low chair: Jacques Hitier Mérignac chair. Background of this low chair At that time, it is considered as comfortable low chair with a comfortable cushion. There are several models of this armchair to be able to fit with any type […]

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Jacques Hitier’s “Route” chair

Among Jacques Hitier’s chairs, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most iconic and utilitarian chair: Jacques Hitier Route chair. On the web, there are other names which are referring more generally to the type of chair: “Pliante” chair Pliante means collapsible in French. Hence this chair can also be named: collapsible chair […]

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Jacques Hitier’s “Multitable” desk

Among Jacques Hitier’s desks, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most memorable desk: Jacques Hitier “Multitable” desk. The “Multitable” is referring to the multiple functions this design piece could have in everyday’s life. It can indeed work as desk or/and table. Background Minimalist style with subtle lines breaking with the dominant design […]

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Design catalogue Desks

Jacques Hitier’s “Antony” desk

Among Jacques Hitier’s desks, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most memorable desk: Jacques Hitier Antony desk. The name Antony is referring to the name of a French city where is located the student residence area for which Jacques Hitier designed several interior spaces. Background This desk was first introduced in 1955 […]

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Design catalogue Tables

Jacques Hitier’s “Gigognes” tables

Among Jacques Hitier’s tables, let’s focus in this chapter on one of his most memorable table: Jacques Hitier Gigognes Table. This set of 3 tables that are graduated in size – so that they may be stacked on top of one another – are called in English as Nesting Tables. Background By design, the 3 […]

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Jacques Hitier’s “Libellule” chair

Elegant and confort: here are a few characteristics of this rare chair in the pure 50s design style

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Chairs Design catalogue

Jacques Hitier’s Mullca 300

This chair is a key piece in the industrial design era. It can be found in a lot of kid schools and kindergartens from the 1950s to the 1980s.