Designed by Margaux Keller, its name H10 comes from the beech wood of the Aube department (10) where it is made. It is a chair with a unique design, with a deliberately low backrest that takes up little space but is very comfortable, to fit small interiors as well as large ones. An endearing design and a look a bit vintage, at the manufacture we already imagine it at home
La Chaise Française is committed to a long-term sponsorship with “Plantons pour l'avenir".
Thanks to the donations of its sponsors, "Plantons pour l'Avenir" supports reforestation and research projects, and also responds to the current and future challenges of the forestry sector in France.
The principle is simple: buy a chaise française = a tree planted in a French sustainably managed forest.
The wood used comes from forests located within a maximum of 200 km from their factory. The design of a chair is made by cutting the wood that gives it its shape. This operation naturally creates chips and wood scraps. By a system of aspiration, the chaise française recovers all these "remains" to ensure the heating of their manufacture.
The paint on our everyday products can be very chemical. Their chairs are simply painted with water-based paint! Don't worry the quality is the same and even better!
Margaux Keller at the head of the artistic direction. After 5 years of design studies at the ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres school and then at the Boulle school, she trained at the Philippe Starck agency, alongside Eugeni Quitllet. Margaux Keller is a designer who believes that today design is no longer confined to a binary system of "functionality & aesthetics" but that there is a third dimension: emotion. Her work is often described as feminine and sensitive, which is in line with her need to make people smile and work on the collective memory, like a Madeleine de Proust.