Museum Quality Olivier Mourgue "Djinn Settee" 1965

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Airborne International.
France, 1965.
Wool upholstery over foam and internal steel frame.
This model is a rare settee variation with armrests.

The Djinn series was featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and this exact model is featured in the famous Philadelphia Museum of Art scene in the film Dressed to Kill.

*This item is currently located in Manhattan, New York.


    Excellent. Foam and original fabric are in excellent condition.
    27 in. H x 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D
    69 cm H x 117 cm W x 62 cm D
    Seller Location
    Southampton, NY
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