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...
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.
Pair of armchairs with coffeee table, bamboo, circa 1970, France. Armchair: height 85 cm, seat height 33 cm, width 64 cm, depth 68 cm. Coffee table: height 60 cm, width 63 cm, depth 56 cm.
Giancarlo Vegni, set of ten chairs, leather and metal, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height 72 cm, seat height 43 cm, width 62 cm, depth 44 cm.
Humbert and Fernando Campana, Vermelha armchair (created for the first time in 1993), Green acrylic rope (500 meters) and steel structure, Edra edition, circa 1995, Italy. (Faded seat paint, patina of use). Measures:Height 75 cm, sitting height 40 cm, width 87 cm, depth 60 cm.
René Prou (1889-1947), Set of six sofas, White lacquered iron, fabric and wood, Circa 1950, France. Height: 63 cm, seat height: 50 cm, Width: 1m23, depth: 67 cm.
Jean Prouvé with guy Rey-Millet, set of 22 stools, w Wood, Refuge de la Vanoise, CAF, Les Arcs, circa 1967, France. Measure: Height 43 cm, width 30 cm, depth 30 cm.
Carlo Scarpa, living room sets including one sofa and a pair of armchairs, Cornaro model, Simon Gavina production, Ultrarazionale collection, Fabrics and original cushion to be redone, circa 1973, Italy. Sofa: Height: 65 cm, width: 2m20, depth: 80 cm. Armchairs: Height: 65 cm, width: 135 cm, depth: 80 cm.
Gio Ponti, pair of chairs, wood, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 1m10, seat height 45 cm, width 40 cm, depth 35 cm.