In the small alleyways of the small French country villages (the so-called “ruelles”) is typical having a seat on the traditional bistrot and brasserie chairs, that Philippe Tabet has revisited in a contemporary way.
Ruelle has won the fourth edition of the design Contest of Infiniti. It is a chair with a die-cast alluminium structure and extruded alluminium legs. The backrest is available in molded plywood or in polypropylene and the seat is available with an upholstered panel.
Originally designed to be a bar and restaurant chair, Ruelle perfectly fits in hospitality and domestic world contests, thanks to the perfect mix between tradition and modernity.
Frame - Aluminium
Black stained oak