Vivai del Sud, Set of Two Bergere Chairs and One Ottoman, Italy, circa 1970

Vivai del Sud, Two large bergere chairs with one ottoman,
Italy, circa 1970.

Measures: (Armchairs) Width 105 cm, Depth 84 cm, Height 87 cm, Seat height 47 cm. (Ottoman) Width 75 cm, Depth 53 cm, Height 45 cm.

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Refinement and creativity characterize this leading company in the field of Roman design. That of Piero, Giorgio and Gianfranco Di Pierri, now a symbol in the world of designers and architecture, is one of the most significant examples of the synthesis of creativity and managerial skills, the result of a deep culture artistic and a strong aesthetic sense combined with the hard work and tenacity of the inhabitants of Puglia, their homeland. From 1964, the point of reference of the Di Pierri becomes Rome, where they identify their privileged place of intervention in the field of furnishing green spaces. Vivai del Sud immediately became the emblem of the new wave of the capital, the nascent school of architecture that would explode in the world as a post-modern movement, and in Italy as a Roman School. It is therefore, that the gardens become too narrow for the Di Pierri who decide to start furnishing the interiors as well. Paintings and furnishing objects that arise from a vast creative and stylistic commitment, with a great dose of originality and love for detail, execution and the choice of materials and their forms.

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