Armchair – Chaise longue mod. Wink 111 designed by Toshiyuki Kita in the 80's and edited by Cassina. Structure made of steel and upholstered in white wool bouclé. Adjustable earmuffs/headrest and footrest. Italy 80's.

Today the piece "WINK" (chair) has become a icon of design. In 1981 it wins the Kitaro Kunii Industrial Design Award and it's also selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Measurements: W 210 x D 85 x H 103 cm

Armchair - Chaise longue mod. Wink 111 designed by Toshiyuki Kita in the 80's and edited by Cassina. Structure made in steel and upholstered in cotton fabric with striped pattern in different tones. Adjustable ear/headrest and footrest. Italy 1980s.

Today the piece "WINK" (chair) has become a icon of design. In 1981 it wins the Kitaro Kunii Industrial Design Award and it's also selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Measurements: W 210 x D 85 x H 103 cm

Sofa designed by Tito Agnoli and produced by Arflex in 1969. Composed of 7 modules reupholstered in boucle, 4 modules with backrest and 3 corner units.He was looking for versatility to adapt to any space and to allow an infinite number of configurations. 

Tito Agnoli was born in Lima, Peru, in 1931, from an Italian family. He was assistant of Gio Ponti and Carlo De Carli. He devoted himself to an intensive study of furniture design. In 1986 he won the gold medal at Neocon in Chicago. Some of his works are in the permanent collection of MoMA in New York.

Measurements: D 118 x H 76 cm

Corner:  W 80 x D 80 X H59

Interior module: W 66 X D 56 X H56

 

 

Footstool with Ico Parisi style structure, made with lacquered iron structure in black and legs ending in brass sleeves. Reupholstered in linen fabric with a black and white rectangular print design.

Measurements: W 126 x D 47 x H 47 cm

Footstool with black lacquered iron structure and legs ending in brass sleeves. Upholstered in cotton and linen fabric with a tropical print.

Measurements: W 126 x D 46 x H 50 cm

Set of 4 Pigreco Chairs designed by Tobia Scarpa. This chair was designed for his graduation project when he was finishing his studies. Its based on geometry and line intersections. Walnut structure and original leather upholstery.

Dimensions: W 57 x D 51 x H 44/74 cm

 

Footstool with Ico Parisi style structure, made with lacquered iron structure in black and legs ending in brass sleeves. Reupholstered in cotton and linen fabric with a yellow, white and black print design.

Measurements: W 126 x D 47 x H 47 cm

Sculpture in the shape of a chair in walnut and olive wood, handicraft made with remains of old farm implements. France 1940s.
Measurements: W 178 x D 62 x H 66 cm

Armchair designed by Gigi Radice for Minotti with solid wood structure and metal legs. Upholstery in cotton with "Serpentino" print by the Italian company Dedar. Italy 1950s.

Medidas: W 88 x  D 75 x H 40 / 84  cm

Large seat / sculpture mod. UP7 designed by Gaetano Pesce in 1969 and edited by B&B Italia, 2000 series. Made of polyurethane foam painted in color black. Produced as part of the UP series. Signed on the bottom, 'B&B Italia 2000 series'.

Measurements: W 67 x D 162 x H 83 cm

Pair of Italian stools from the 50's made with black lacquered metal structure and brass details. Upholstered in bouclé.

Measurements: Diameter 47 x H 83 cm

Armchair mod. 635 designed in 1918 by Gerrit T. Rietveld. Structure in black lacquered beech wood, seat and back in lacquered plywood. The primary colors of the design are a tribute to Mondrian's Neo-Plasticist painting. Produced in 1973 by Cassina, original label.

Measurements: W 66 x D 83 x H 33 / 88 cm

"Alta" model lounge chair designed by Oscar Niemeyer in collaboration with Anna Maria Niemeyer and produced by Mobilier International. Steel structure with adjustable backrest and upholstered in leather. France 70's.

Chair Measurements: W 78 x D 104 x H 46/88 cm
Footstool Measurements: W 78 x D 78 x H 46 cm

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