Claude Lalanne is a French designer who, along with her husband François-Xavier Lalanne, created objects under the shared pseudonym of Les Lalanne. Born in 1924 in Paris, France, she currently lives and works in Ury, France. Her intricate sculptural works display an influence from the natural world that manifests itself in the form of decorative flora and large-scale fauna, with subjects including delicate creeping vines and solidly built rhinoceroses. Lalanne studied architecture at the École des Beaux-Arts and the École des Arts Décoratifs in her home city. Drawing from an Art Nouveau tradition, her bronze pieces are cast from life and then electroplated to achieve a highly detailed metallic surface. The work of Les Lalanne can be found in the collections of the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The school of Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris mounted a retrospective of Les Lalanne in 2010.
We present you Le Lalanne:
Today Modern Dining Tables blog will present to you a very specific collection created by the designer. It is called Ginkgo and they have created a set of beautiful dining chairs inspired by flours. Take a look below and get inspired.
This dining chair is made of bronze and its details are simply perfect. It is inspired by the flowers petals.
There’s also a version of these brilliant dining chairs with a darker look. We are in love with both versions.
Take a look into how this beautiful chairs looks within an interior design environment. And, of course, as you can see here, these chairs don’t need to be only in the dining room, they also look amazing in other room designs, such as the living room.
Besides chairs, you can also find in this collection, some other pieces of furniture such as some bancs with the same style. As you can see abode, it is a beautiful sitting option which combined with a modern dining table will make your dining area the best in town.
As a smaller version, you can also find sitting options as the one presented above. Perfect for those with smaller dining rooms.