Osvaldo Borsani was an Italian architect and designer.
He studied at the Politecnico di Milano and after graduation, he joined the family business, Atelier Varedo (later Arredamento Borsani) as a furniture designer.
Throughout the 1940s and early 50s, Borsani produced a large body of work, including cases of goods, storage units and seats. Parti...
Osvaldo Borsani, Sideboard with three doors decorated with theater curtains, Parchment varnish, engraving in the style of Piranesi representing the Monuments of Rome, Interior sycamore, exterior rosewood, Circa 1950, Italy. Measure: Height 121 cm, length 155 cm, depth 38 cm.