If designer furniture nowadays appears to be a self-evident concept, it is undoubtedly down to the work and commitment of numerous 20th century artists and designers, who sought above all to offer a reinterpretation of everyday furniture and seating. Chairs, armchairs or stools, no form of seating was to be neglected in their quest to add an aes...
Mathieu Matégot, Pair of stools, Iron and skaï, France, circa 1970. Similar model: Patrick Favardin, Norma Edition, in situ page 25 of the pictures. Measures: Height 82 cm, diameter 43 cm.
Brutalist sofa, Iron and brass, vintage fabric with wear consistent with age, France, circa 1970. Measures: Width 223 cm, height 88 cm, depth 92 cm, seat height 40 cm.
Nicoletti Salotti, Pair of Armchairs, Red Leather, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 71 cm, Width 107 cm, Depth 92 cm.
Pair of armchairs, bamboo, circa 1960, France. Measures: Height 75 cm, seat height 40 cm, width 72 cm, depth 56 cm.
Set of four chairs, wood and bamboo, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height 85 cm, seat height 46 cm, width 41 cm, depth 40 cm.
Charlotte Perriand, set of one bench and pair of chairs, wood and rattan, circa 1970, France. Bench: Height 86 cm, seat height 46cm, width 108 cm, depth 41 cm.Chairs: Height 86 cm, seat height: 46 cm, width 42 cm, depth 41 cm.
Giovanni Travasa, Eva Armchair, Bamboo and Skaï, Edition Bonacina. Circa 1960, Italy. Measures: Height 74 cm, Width 70 cm, Depth 70 cm
Egon Eiermann, pair of armchairs, E10 model, Murmann, Johannisthal, painted white rattan, circa 1950, Germany. Measures: Height 76 cm, seat height 34 cm, width 93 cm, depth 50 cm.
Alberto Orlandi, set of four armchairs, Pompei model, black leather and bronze, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 78 cm, seat height 44 cm, width 62 cm, depth 60 cm.