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Hartô Eustache bench, oak - camel - beige
Hartô Eustache bench, oak - camel - beige
Hartô Eustache bench, oak - camel - beige
Hartô Eustache bench, oak - camel - beige

Eustache bench, oak - camel - beige



Eustache bench


Eustache is an elegant upholstered bench designed by Margaux Keller for Hartô. Filled with surprising details like the backrest placed only on one side and the brass basket underneath the seat for extra storage, Eustache is the perfect seat for your entrance, hallway or or dressing room. As a finishing touch, the bench’s feet have been cut diagonally to create a subtle reference to a ballerina’s pointed toes.

Oak, beige, camel
47.24 in (120 cm)
29.13 in (74 cm)
Seat depth
15.75 in (40 cm)
Seat height
18.7 in (47.5 cm)
Leg height
15.75 in (40 cm)
Measurement details
Length of the back 22.32 in (56.7 cm)
Frame material
Oak, brass
Seat cushion
Foam padding
Upholstery fabric
Polyester velvet fabric

Margaux Keller

Margaux Keller is a French designer and interior architect. Having born in Geneva in 1987, Keller founded her own design studio in 2012 after studying design and interior architecture in Paris, France. Keller’s style is often described as feminine and delicate, and she believes good design is not only esthetically pleasing and functional but also evokes feelings and memories. Keller likes to work in close collaboration with glassblowers, carpenters and other craftsmen to create unexpected designs with a touch of playfulness.

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  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
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