The archetypal Parisian lady !

Behind this "pretty lady" lies an impressive story. She owes her attractive curves to Olivier Gence, a design student from ENSAAMA and one of 58 entries in a competition to reinvent the legendary Bistro chair. Sensitive to the chair's popular spirit, Olivier produced a winning submission named after Edith Piaf (the archetypal Parisian lady): a modern, mobile chair with a handle that can be used to fold and unfold the chair with the utmost simplicity. Its wider slats make it even more comfortable. The result is a cheeky nod to its illustrious elder sister.

chaise pliante, chaise de jardin, fermob


  • Folding
  • UV-resistant

Weight: : 6.1 kg
frame : Steel
Curved steel slats
Plastic clips for safe folding and unfolding
One-piece steel cross-pieces
pads : One-piece

Chaise métal pliante
Height 84 cm
Width 44 cm
Length -