3 yellow waste paper baskets by Jean-Louis Avril (1935)

SKU: 18487

A cheerful set of three yellow carton waste paper baskets from the 1970s by French designer Jean-Louis Avril.
Jean-Louis Avril, born in 1935 in Saint-Nazaire, France, is a celebrated French designer known for his innovative use of cardboard in furniture design. He emerged as a leader in sustainable and eco-friendly design during the 1960s and 1970s. His notable works, including the "Carton Chair," demonstrate his commitment to blending ecological consciousness with modernist aesthetics. Avril's designs have been showcased in prestigious galleries, including the Pompidou Gallery in Paris. Even after retirement, he influenced the design world through mentoring and lectures, leaving a lasting legacy in sustainable design.

Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 8¾" to 13¾" high x 9¾" diameter
Approx. overall 22cm to 35cm high x 25cm diameter

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