(Born March 24, 1886 in Paris, † February 8, 1945 ibid) was an avant-garde French architect of the late twenties and early thirties. His buildings emphasize the Cubist form. He was an important representative of the Art Deco in France, influenced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Josef Hoffmann. The residential building in Rue Mallet-Stevens from 1926/27 is an example of his style.Robert Mallet-Stevens has created the following milestone:Lacquered metal chair "Robert Mallet Stevens", stackable, 1930
Bauhaus chair stackable. This lacquered metal chair designed by Bauhaus designer Rober Malet Stevens 1930. The optional seat cushion could be selected in high quality leather, fabric, or Pony skin upholstery.