La Calade is a neighborhood in Marseille. Located in the north of the city, far from the typical Mediterranean postcard image, La Calade is urban, warm, raw, and popular; this is where Axel Chay and his family live. Now, Calade is a furniture collection, designed by Axel Chay. It’s a range built around a bean-shaped sofa, a totem-like bookcase, stools, a low table, and lighting fixtures. Under Axel Chay’s influence, this Marseille neighborhood transforms into a fertile mental space. The designer invites us to enter his area, to stay there, to inhabit it, and to invent our own rules of decoration. 

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Pradier-Jeauneau

calade wooden stool

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Designed by Axel Chay for Pradier-Jeauneau
Stool in walnut-stained oak
Base in aluminium
Bespoke woods and dimensions upon request

W 50 x D 37 x H 44 cm
W 19.6″ x D 14.5″ x H 17.3″
Seating height: 44 cm / 17.3″

W 50 x D 37 x H 44 cm
W 19.7″ x D 14.6″ x H 17.3″
Handmade in France
Production lead time: 12 weeks
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La Calade is a neighborhood in Marseille. Located in the north of the city, far from the typical Mediterranean postcard image, La Calade is urban, warm, raw, and popular; this is where Axel Chay and his family live. Now, Calade is a furniture collection, designed by Axel Chay. It’s a range built around a bean-shaped sofa, a totem-like bookcase, stools, a low table, and lighting fixtures. Under Axel Chay’s influence, this Marseille neighborhood transforms into a fertile mental space. The designer invites us to enter his area, to stay there, to inhabit it, and to invent our own rules of decoration. 

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