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Pair of armchairs Soriana designed by Tobia Scarpa and edited for Cassina. Structure in cromed steel and leather. Italy, 60s.

Dimensions: W97 x D100 x H36/65 cm


G. Gramigna, Repertorio del Design Italiano 1950-2000 per l’Arredamento Domestico. Turin: Allemandi 2003, p. 318

G. Bosoni, Made in Cassina. Milan: Skira, 2008, pp. 200-201.

Soriana sofa designed by Tobia Scarpa and edited by Cassina. Structure made of steel and reupholstered with black leather. Italy 1960s

Measurements: W 250 x D 100 x H 64 cm


G. Gramigna, Repertorio del Design Italiano 1950-2000 per l’Arredamento Domestico. Turin: Allemandi 2003, p. 318

G. Bosoni, Made in Cassina. Milan: Skira, 2008, pp. 200-201.

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



G. Gramigna, The Repertoire of Italian Design 1950-1980, p. 288, Mondadori, 1985.

Fröhlich, ‘Pedicures for Pesce’s “Il Piede”’ (2011), 125.

Albus, Plasic Art (2007), 64

Modular sofa Mod Camaleonda designed by Mario Bellini (1935) for B&B Italia in 1972. Composed of 3 modular seats and 1 barefoot, with 3 backrests. Upholstery in white bouclé wool.

Seat dimensions: W 66 x D 96 x H 40/65 cm

general dimensions: W 262 x D 96 x H 40/65cm

G. Gramigna, Repertoire of Italian Design 1950-2000, p. 188, Allemandi, 2003.

Featured in the exhibition ”The New Domestic Landscape” held in the MOMA Museum in 1972.

Chaise Longue model "P40" designed by Osvaldo Borsani and edited by Tecno with a metal structure, brass details and original upholstery. Rubber armrests. Entirely reclining structure with hidden footrest. Italy 1950s.

Measurements: W 110 x D 71 x H 40/90 cm


G. Gramigna, F. Irace, Osvaldo Borsani, p. 257, Leonardo-De Luca, 1992

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



1975:  Japan Interior Designers Association Award.

1981:  Kitaro Kunii Industrial Design Award. “WINK” (chair) -selected for the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

2001: Exhibition “L’anima del design” in Milan.

2001: Exhibition at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg, Germany.

2001: Selected for the permanent collection of the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.

Pair of Ekstrem model armchairs with sculptural character designed by interior architect Terje Ekstrom. Structure made of steel covered with high-density foam and upholstered in easy-to-clean yellow wool. Ergonomic design with the backrest and seat molded to adapt to the shape of the body, thus providing adequate support for the back and legs. Norway 80s.

Terje Skrom is a designer who revolutionized the way of conceiving design in the 70s and 80s. He was part of a generation of creatives who challenged the patterns of Scandinavian design at a time of great cultural and social changes. One of his best-known designs is the butaca Ekstremwith exaggerated geometric profiles that result in an independent modern and timeless furniture element.

Measurements: W 72 x D x 73 x H 79 cm


Included in the funds of the Vitra Museum in Germany and in the Nasjonalmuseet

Footstool made with solid wood structure, upholstered in braided leather and metal legs with brass finish. Italy 1960s.

Measurements: W 65 x D 43 x H 50 cm


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

Sculpture in the shape of a chair in walnut and olive wood, handcrafted 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.

Dimensions: W 88 x  D 75 x H 40 / 84  cm

Pair of “292 Hill House 1” model chairs designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) made of ash wood, with a seat upholstered in Pierre Frey linen, with superimposed multicolored diamond pattern, like a kaleidoscope. Italy 60s.

Measurements: W 42 x D 44 x H 43/140 cm

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer and watercolourist who played a key role in the Arts and Crafts movement and was also the leading exponent of Art Nouveau in Scotland. A proto-modernist, he sought to reform by breaking with what had gone before. He rose to fame after exhibiting his furniture at the Vienna Secession in 1900 and formed part of The Four group of the Glasgow School, created in 1897, being its leading figure together with his wife Margaret Macdonald, her sister Frances Macdonald and her husband Herbert MacNair.


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