Curved four-seater sofa with solid wooden structure and four brass legs. Upholstery in white bouclé wool.

Measurements: W 300 x D 125 x H 76/50 cm

Armchair model Tube by Anna and Carlo Bartoli for the editor Rossi di Albizzate. Structure made of metal and upholstered with its original elastic fabric. This model received the prestigious IF Award for Good Industrial Design in 1996.

Measures: W 100 x D 85 x H 73 cm

Sofa model “Soriana” two-seat design by Tobia Scarpa and edited by Cassina. Made of chromed steel structure and reupholstered in blue cotton velvet, Italy, 1960s. Afra (1937-2011) & Tobia (1935-) Scarpa both studied on the Venice Institute of Architecture. Tobia first worked for the Italian glass manufacturer Venini. From 1960 on the couple opened their own design office who designed for numerous major Italian and international companies like Flos, Gavina, B&B Italia, Cassina, Knoll International and many interior projects for numerous companies worldwide. Their work includes architecture and everyday items like furniture and clothing.

 

Measures: W 170 x D 100 x H 64 / 37 cm

Set of four dining chairs made with wooden structure and brass legs. White cotton upholstery.

Measurements: W 55.5 x D 57 x H 47/78 cm

Set of twelve chairs model “Leggera” designed by Gio Ponti. This is the first “Leggera” edition that was edited by Cassina in 1951.
Made of solid ash wood structure, the seat and back are reupholstered in different colored linen; pattern fabric model “Arty” edited by Pierre Frey and yellow plain fabric. Made in Italy.

Measures: 41 x 45 x H 83/46 cm

Mid-Century Modern four-seat sofa model “Soriana” designed by Tobia Scarpa and edited by Cassina. Made of chromed steel structure, reupholstered in white bouclé fabric. Made in Italy 1960s.

Measures: W 242 x D 96 x H 40/62

 

Afra (1937-2011) & Tobia (1935-) Scarpa both studied on the Venice Institute of Architecture. Tobia first worked for the Italian glass manufacturer Venini. From 1960 on the couple opened their own design office who designed for numerous major Italian and international companies like Flos, Gavina, B&B Italia, Cassina, Knoll International and many interior projects for numerous companies worldwide. Their work includes architecture and everyday items like furniture and clothing.

Exceptional original sofa designed by Mario Bellini for B&B Italia in 1972, composed of 6 modular seating, 6 armrest/backrest and 5 floor auxiliar pieces: -Three big seating: 94 x 90 x 40/65 (h) cm -Three small seating: 65 x 90 x 40/65 (h) cm Camaleonda sofa system upholstered with white bouclé fabric. Signed with decal manufacturer’s B&B Italia label underside.

Curved sofa upholstered in green cotton velvet. Structure made of solid wood and legs made of brass. Manufactured in Italy.

Measures: W 300 x D 125 x H 76/50 cm

Daybed model “Cleopatra” designed by Dick Cordemeijer for Auping. Made of black lacquered iron structure with solid rosewood handles on both ends. Upholstered in plain wool fabric mattress with pink velvet cushion. The Netherlands, 1953.

Measures: W 85 x D 190 x H 40 cm

This exceptional design is functional and has unlimited comfortable options which make of this DS-600 sofa an iconic system created in 1972. This De Sede ‘Non Stop’ sectional sofa contains twenty-eight pieces in its original black leather upholstery, of which there are twenty-six centre elements and two end element with armrests. Any number of elements can be zipped together allowing free-flowing mobile concepts as well as conventional furniture arrangements. Designed by Ueli Bergere, Eleonora Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich and Klaus Vogt at Dede, Switzerland.

 

De Sede is a historic Swiss design brand known worldwide for the superior quality of handmade leather furniture production. De Sede collections are synonymous of craftsmanship, attention to detail and respect for comfort for over fifty years. A craft work, with meticulous attention to authentic design and all made strictly in leather.

 

Measures: Individual element: 25 x 100 x 37/70 (h) cm – 7 m.

Lounge chair model “Elda” designed by Joe Colombo ( 1930-1971 ) in 1963. Made of white fiberglass structure, which is fitted with its original white leather cushions. This creates a comfort and a private environment for the user. It has a swivel base of 360 degrees rotation and wheels that ensure a good mobility. Italy 1963.

Measures: W 100 x D 95 H 40/96 cm

Two seater bench. Structure made of solid wood, upholstered in natural Mongolian goat fur. French legs made of bronze with dragon shape, 1920s.

 

Measures: W 137 x D 65 x H 50 cm

Pair of chairs model “292 Hill House 1” designed by Mackintosh. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and reupholstered in yellow cotton velvet , Italy, 1960s.

 

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. His artistic approach had much in common with European Symbolism. His work, alongside that of his wife Margaret Macdonald, was influential on European design movements such as Art Nouveau and Secessionism and praised by great modernists such as Josef Hoffmann. Mackintosh was born in Glasgow and died in London.

 

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

Footstool made with solid wood structure, upholstered in Mongolian goat fur and legs made of metal with brass finish. Italy 60s.

 

Measures: W 67 x D 67 x H 50 cm

Modern circular Italian bar stool, made of polished brass structure with bottom footrest ring and upholstered in green plain cotton velvet fabric.

 

Measures: Diameter 35 x H 80 cm

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