Gubi Pacha Chair

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Modernist French designer Pierre Paulin was a pioneer in low-level living – a new approach to sitting introduced in the 1960s that bid adieu to chair legs and embraced low-slung profiles set close to the ground for easy, laid-back lounging. The Pacha Chair (1975) is a prime example of that: Set on a slim metal base that raises it just a few inches off the ground, the whimsical Pacha cozily envelops the sitter with its rounded, organic form. Available with a fixed or swivel base. Made in Lithuania.