This brand-new chair, designed by Christophe Pillet and previewed at Salone del Mobile 2012 di Milano, gets its name from the ancestral symbol “Mem” in Egyptian hieroglyphic writing.

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The symbol then developed over the centuries from the Phoenician to the Greek, Latin and Cyrillic alphabets to become the current letter “M”.

With its skilfully spontaneous elegance, just like all the creations by the French designer, Mem has two holes in the seat, which make these chairs stackable by inserting the rear legs.

This characteristic makes Mem an ideal chair for public areas and contemporary homes.

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Available with a removable cushion in soft polyurethane in the same colours as the seat: for extra comfort.