In 1925, Xavier Pauchard, a master of galvanisation, designed one of the most famous chairs in the history of design: the A Chair. An icon of industrial aesthetics, it forms part of the permanent collections of the MoMa in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. It encapsulates the modern style of the 1930s to 1950s and has established itself in collective consciousness thanks to its indestructible solidity and lightness. Interlocking and stackable, it improves space efficiency, while its simple appearance has been widely acclaimed. It can be found in private spaces (gardens and dining rooms), as well as on café terraces. Produced by Tolix, it was the first French industrial chair to be made from pressed steel sheet, and is available in different colours to match your aspirations, for indoor or outdoor use.