Luxembourg Small Low Table

This Luxembourg Small Low Table doubles as a side table and a footrest for the Luxembourg Low Armchair. It is made of an aluminum tubular frame. Its size is 17 x 17".

$355.00

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Luxembourg Dining Chair

In 2004, Fermob asked Frédéric Sofia to reinterpret the legendary chairs and armchairs of the Jardin du Luxembourg, created in 1923 in the Paris parks department workshops, and which Fermob still manufactures today for the city's public gardens. The result was a chair and armchair with distinctive lines and forms, combining the lightness and resistance of aluminum, the comfort of curved seat slats and the practicality of a stackable frame.

$369.00

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Luxembourg Armchair

In 2004, Fermob asked Frédéric Sofia to reinterpret the legendary chairs and armchairs of the Jardin du Luxembourg, created in 1923 in the Paris parks department workshops, and which Fermob still manufactures today for the city's public gardens. The result was a chair and armchair with distinctive lines and forms, combining the lightness and resistance of aluminium, the comfort of curved seat slats and the practicality of a stackable frame.

$459.00

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Luxembourg High Stool

A comfortable, stackable high chair to complement the wide Luxembourg collection while responding to new market trends.

$501.00

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Luxembourg Large Low Table

This Luxembourg Small Low Table doubles as a footrest for the Luxembourg Low Armchair and a garden bench. It is made of an aluminum tubular frame. Its size is 34 x 17".

$544.00

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Luxembourg 3-4 seater Bench (no back) 57"

For Fermob, Frédéric Sofia has produced a playful, colourful reinterpretation of the classic school bench: it is lighter and more modern than ever, while having lost none of its timeless charm. The Luxembourg bench, with its three generous seats, is also the perfect dinner-table companion, whether dining alone or as a table of eight.

$739.00

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Luxembourg Low Chair

It was in the 1920s that the Luxembourg low armchair first appeared along the pathways of the famous Paris park from which it takes its name, straight from the Parisian workshops where the first versions were made. Who could know then that, decades later, it would be reproduced by a workshop dedicated to traditional crafts at Fermob. In the 1990s, at the request of the Jardin du Luxembourg, Fermob started manufacturing the armchair once again. Today, the Luxembourg low armchair continues to charm thanks to its numerous qualities: its lightness makes it easy to move it from one end of the garden to the other; its clever design includes accessories such as a headrest and low tables to create a lounge corner; and its practicality means it is perfectly stackable for easy storage.

$817.00

Luxembourg Rocking Chair

The Luxembourg Rocking Chair will make a statement on any patio.This low rocker takes its inspiration from the Luxembourg Low Chair and adds a headrest portion for ultimate comfort. It pairs perfectly with the Luxembourg Small Low Table as a side table or a footrest when in stationary mode.

$1132.00

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Luxembourg 81x39 Table

The Luxembourg Table is 81 x 39" and is made of an aluminum tubular frame. Seats about eight guests and pairs perfectly with both the Luxembourg Stacking Side Chair and Luxembourg Stacking Armchair. Place a 4110 Luxembourg Bench on one side rather than chairs to create a unique seating look.

$1990.00