Tilt Lounge Chair
The Linteloo Tilt lounge chair by Anthony Guerrée – a fusion of Art Deco elegance and inventive design, beautifully showcases this homage to history.
Guerrée’s creativity shines through most imaginatively – a wooden cylinder gracefully spans the entire width, gently tilting the ottoman and the comfortable armchair. This innovative approach to ‘legs’ is a testament to Guerrée’s ability to transform conventional design elements into captivating focal points.
The chairs’s strong lines evoke a sense of timeless elegance related to the iconic Art Deco era while introducing a modern twist. With Tilt, you’re not just acquiring furniture but embracing a narrative that bridges the past and present, crafting an environment that merges elegance and creativity.
Anthony Guerrée was educated at the École Boulle in Paris, where young talents are schooled in the fine and applied arts, and craftsmanship plays a central role. Fascinated by the interior designers of the ‘30s, Anthony joined Studio Andrée Putman in 2010, where he worked with the best ‘makers’ in the world in shaping world-class interiors.
In 2015, Anthony went to work for designer Christophe Delcourt, assisting him in designing his Delcourt Collection furniture and contributing to Christophe’s collaborations with brands such as Minotti, Collection Particulière, and CC-Tapis.
In 2020, Anthony Guerrée ventured out independently and developed a unique signature. His first furniture collection was inspired by Marcel Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu. Each of the sculptural chairs embodies the character of one of the protagonists. These pieces tell a story because each of Anthony’s designs is more than simply functional. His designs are the tangible, flawless results of the dynamics between tradition and innovation.