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Roger Tallon Furniture

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Roger Tallon was a French Industrial designer. After studying as an engineer (1944–50), Tallon was employed by Caterpillar France and DuPont. In 1953, he joined Technès, the technical and aesthetic studies office founded in 1949 by the father of industrial aesthetics, Jacques Viénot and Jean Parthenay. Being rapidly promoted to the technical and artistic director at the agency, he became the sole director after Viénot's death in 1959. In 1957, he enrolled at the École des Arts Appliqués (School of Applied Arts) in Paris and put in place the first design course in the country. In 1963, he set up the Design Department of the École Nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs in Paris. As a consultant for the US company General Electric, Tallon designed refrigerators and washing machines and set up the Design Department of the American company. In 1966, the Téléavia P111 portable television was put on the market against the advice of the Board. It broke the mould of TV design and was a commercial success with a cult following. In 1973, Tallon set up agency Design Programmes. Brother-in-arms with the LIP watchmakers, he created the Mach 2000 brand of watches and chronometers. In 1974, with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, he created a concept aircraft cabin for Air France. After leaving Euro RSCG, he continued to work independently. Tallon died on 20th October 2011, after a long period of sickness.

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Creator: Roger Tallon
Roger Tallon Aluminum Helicoid Staircase
By Roger Tallon
Located in New York, NY
French Post-War Design (1966) polished aluminum helicoid form circular 13 step staircase with rubber step surface (designed by ROGER TALLON)
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Lampe de Bureau Micro par Roger Tallon pour Erco, France, 1972
By Roger Tallon
Located in SAINT-SEVER, FR
Lampe de Bureau Micro par Roger Tallon pour Erco, France, 1972 très bel état pour ce modèle des années 70 à la foi ludique et utilitaire. hauteur 57 cm Largeur 33 La lampe de bur...
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1970s French Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal

Bench by Roger Tallon, Flambo circa 1966
By Roger Tallon
Located in VILLEURBANNE, FR
This bench, designed by the renowned French designer Roger Tallon, represents a variant of the ORCEL D 10 model. Its chromed square tubular base provides a sturdy foundation, while ...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal

German Space Age Modern Pair Desk/Shelf Clip-on Task Lights Roger Tallon Erco
By ERCO Leuchten, Roger Tallon
Located in Miami, FL
German Space Age Modern Pair of Desk/Shelf Clip-on Lights by Roger Tallon (1929-2011), world re-known French Industrial designer, for Erco Leuchten Germany 1970s. This pair of Minimalist clip on lamps...
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1970s German Minimalist Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal

Roger Tallon Sculptural 'Helicoid' Staircase
By Roger Tallon
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Roger Tallon for Galerie Lacloche, 'Helicoid' staircase, aluminum, rubber, France, design 1964, production 1960s This striking staircase with a rubber step surface is called the 'He...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Mid Century Modern Staircase by Roger Tallon, Galerie Laroche in Aluminum
By Roger Tallon
Located in Brussels, BE
Mid Century Modern Staircase by Roger Tallon, Galerie Laroche in Aluminum, Rubber, France, 1960s - 14 steps
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1960s French Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Ts Folding Stool in Oak by Roger Tallon for Sentou, France 1970s
By Roger Tallon
Located in Roma, IT
Stunning foldable TS stool in oak designed by Roger Tallon and produced by Sentou in France in the 1970s. This TS stool is fully made in a beautiful dark oak wood and was ingenious...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Wood, Oak

Roger Tallon M400 series stairs
By Roger Tallon
Located in LE TOUQUET-PARIS-PLAGE, FR
Magnificent staircase from Roger Tallon's M400 series, in cast aluminum. This piece was installed in a decorator's house in the 1980s and purchased new at the time from the official...
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Late 20th Century French Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Pair of Roger Tallon TS Folding Stools for Sentou, France 1970s
By Robert Sentou, Roger Tallon
Located in San Angelo, TX
Here is a beautiful pair of foldable stools in great condition that were designed by Roger Tallon and produced by Sentou in France during the 1970s. The TS stools were fully made in ...
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Wood

Roger Tallon "Wimpy" chairs, set of 2 - Sentou.
By Robert Sentou, Jean Prouvé, Roger Tallon
Located in SOTTEVILLE-LÈS-ROUEN, FR
A distinctive pair of Roger Tallon-designed "Wimpy" removable chairs created for Sentou France in the 1960s. Sentou editor's stamp, old edition. Dimensions: 29 3/4" H × 18 1/4" W ...
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1970s French Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Helicoid Staircase Model M400 by Roger Tallon, France 1964
By Roger Tallon
Located in Chicago, IL
An extraordinary Helicoid model M400 staircase by French designer Roger Tallon, 1964. Tallon originally designed this piece for Gallery Lacloche Edition in Paris and it has since become a piece of design history. This iconic staircase features a steel central pole, on which twelve polished cast aluminum paddle shaped steps are affixed in a spiral. The bottom landing step is slightly larger. Each step has a textured circular black rubber inlay and the staircase sits on a landing pad. This piece was designed to be modular; additional steps can be added or removed, allowing it to be easily adjusted for a range of spaces. Our staircase has 12 steps...
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1960s French Industrial Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Pair of Roger Tallon Ts Foldable Stools for Sentou, Mid-Century France 1970’s
By Roger Tallon
Located in Den Haag, NL
Pair of Roger Tallon Ts Foldable Stools for Sentou, Mid-Century France 1970’s
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Wood

Roger Tallon Helicoid Spiral Staircase
By Roger Tallon
Located in Brooklyn, NY
HELICOID STAIRCASE ROGER TALLON Helicoid staircase, also known as Escalier M400, designed by the French industrial designer Roger Tallon, produced ...
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Early 2000s French Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Pair of Roger Tallon Ts Folding Stools for Sentou, France 1970s
By Roger Tallon
Located in Roma, IT
Lovely pair of foldable stools designed by Roger Tallon and produced by Sentou in France in the 1970s. These TS stools are fully made in a beautiful maple wood and were ingeniously...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Wood, Maple

Lounge Chair in Skaï, Metal and Wood by Roger Tallon, Technès, 1966
By Roger Tallon
Located in PARIS, FR
Lounge chair in skai, metal and wood by Roger Tallon, Technès, 1966 Roger Tallon is one of France's most important and prolific designers. Born in Paris in 1929, he played an esse...
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1960s French Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal

Roger Tallon rare model "Wimpy" chair for Sentou France, circa 1960
By Roger Tallon
Located in Skokie, IL
Roger Tallon rare model "Wimpy" chair for Sentou France, circa 1960 Features rare seat cushion option. Additional Information: Materials: Aluminum, lacquered plywood, vinyl Dimensi...
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20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Ts Folding Stool by Roger Tallon for Sentou, France 1970s
By Roger Tallon
Located in Roma, IT
Gorgeous foldable stool designed by Roger Tallon and produced by Sentou in France in the 1970s. The TS stool is fully made in a beautiful maple wood and was ingeniously design to...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Wood, Maple

Roger Tallon Bata Stool
By Roger Tallon
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Rare Roger Tallon Bata stool, bent aluminum, 1977; Paris, France.
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1970s French Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Roger Tallon for Erco Table Light
By Roger Tallon
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Table lamp, 'Spot' designed by Roger Tallon for Erco, black iron cast, grey lacquered metal, metal, fitting in black and red ABS plastic, France, 1972. This table lamp is an iconic design by the French designer Roger Tallon. The black and white lamp features bright red details and can be attached to a table top. The name of these industrial lamps is fitting as they resemble professional (much larger...
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal, Iron

Set of Six Foldable chairs in Plywood by Roger Tallon for Sentou, France, 1970s
By Roger Tallon
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Set of six foldable chairs, in plywood, by Roger Tallon for Sentou, France, 1970s. Ingeniously designed chairs. Four maple stools, which can easily be placed and fold up. The price...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Maple

Roger Tallon for Erco 'Spot' Wall Lights
By Erco, Roger Tallon
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Roger Tallon for Erco, 'Spot' wall lights, iron, lacquered metal, metal, plastic, France, 1970s. These wall lamps are icons made by Erco and designed by the French designer Roger Ta...
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1970s French Post-Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal

Mid-Century Modern Blue Beech Vintage Folding Stool TS Roger Tallon 1970s France
By Roger Tallon
Located in Vienna, AT
The stool named TS was designed by Roger Tallon in France circa 1970. Also this stool made of blue lacquered beechwood shows a foldable function. The vintage condition is good with...
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Late 20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Roger Tallon Furniture

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Beech

Roger Tallon Micro Floor Lamp Erco, France, 1972
By Erco, Roger Tallon
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Very nice so called 'micro' floor lamp designed by Roger Talon and manufactured by Erco, France 1972. The name micro comes ofcourse from microphone where the lamp looks like. This is...
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1970s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Pair "Micro" Sconces or Ceiling Lights by Roger Tallon for Erco 1972, Black Red
By Roger Tallon, ERCO Leuchten
Located in Nierstein am Rhein, DE
Pair of eye-catching Pop Art style wall lights or ceiling spots named "Micro" designed by Roger Tallon France in 1972 and manufactured by Erco Leuchten Germany. The adjustable microp...
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1970s German Space Age Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal, Aluminum

"Micro" Flush Mount Wall Ceiling Lights by Roger Tallon for Erco 1972, Black Red
By ERCO Leuchten, Roger Tallon
Located in Nierstein am Rhein, DE
Eye-catching Pop Art style flush mount, ceiling or wall light system with two spots named "Micro" designed by Roger Tallon France in 1972 and manufactured by Erco Leuchten Germany. T...
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1970s German Space Age Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum, Metal

'70s Roger Tallon Bronze Wall Plaque
By Roger Tallon
Located in Paris, FR
A bronze square wall plaque, made with 49 pieces with rectangular, square and circular motifs.
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1970s French Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Bronze

Roger Tallon Stool
By Roger Tallon
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Roger Tallon Module 400 stool Editions Lacloche France, 1966 aluminum, and original latex foam
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Roger Tallon Module 400 chair
By Roger Tallon
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Roger Tallon Module 400 chair Editions Lacloche France, 1966 aluminum, latex foam
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

Roger Tallon, Helicoid Staircase M400, 1964 Gallery Lacloche Edition, Paris
By Editions Lacloche, Roger Tallon
Located in Munster, NRW
Roger Tallon, France (1929–2011) - extraordinary Helicoid staircase model - 1964 for Gallery Lacloche Edition, Paris. This piece of design histor...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Aluminum

"Micro" Table Lamp by Roger Tallon for Erco, France, 1972
By Erco, Roger Tallon
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Beautiful pop-art style table lamp model "Micro" designed by Roger Tallon, manufactured by Erco in France in 1972. This eye-catching lamp is shaped like a microphone. It is made from black and white metal with red details, a nice contrast that really draws the attention. The hood of the lamp is made from the same perforated material as used in microphones. This creates a very nice effect, especially when lit. In good original condition with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a very nice patina. Roger Tallon (9 March 1929 – 20 October 2011) was a French industrial designer. After studying as an engineer (1944–1950), Tallon was employed by Caterpillar France and DuPont. In 1953, he joined Technès, the technical and aesthetic studies office founded in 1949 by the father of industrial aesthetics Jacques Viénot, and Jean Parthenay. Being rapidly promoted to technical and artistic director at the agency, he became the sole director after Viénot's death in 1959. In 1957 he enrolled at the École des Arts Appliqués ("School of Applied Arts") in Paris, and put in place the first design course in the country. In 1963, he set up the Design Department of the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs in Paris. As a consultant for the US company General Electric, Tallon designed refrigerators and washing machines and set up the Design Department of the American company. In 1966, the Téléavia P111 portable television was put on the market against the advice of the Board. It broke the mould of TV design and was a great commercial success with a cult following. In 1973, Tallon set up the agency Design Programmes. Brother-in-arms with the LIP watchmakers, he created the Mach 2000 brand of watches and chronometers. In 1974, with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, he created a concept aircraft cabin for Air France. After leaving Euro RSCG, he continued to work independently. Roger Tallon died on 20 October 2011 after a long period of sickness. Tallon and his team created hundreds of products, including industrial robots for Peugeot, the apparently purposeless 8mm film camera "Veronic", the Gallic 16 and 14 lathes for the Belgian company La Mondiale – a quantum leap...
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Roger Tallon Furniture

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Metal

Roger Tallon furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Roger Tallon furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of plastic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Roger Tallon furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Raphael Raffel, Pascal Mourgue, and Marc Held. Prices for Roger Tallon furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $750 and can go as high as $42,262, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $4,500.

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