SET OF THREE ITALIAN STOOLS
Set of three Italian stools with reupholstered with tropical printed pattern cotton fabric. Composed of four conical legs made of birch wood and semicircular back. Made in Italy, 1950s. (price per item)
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Pair of "Alessandra" model armchairs from the Amorous Furniture collection designed by Javier Mariscal for Moroso. Original upholstery in leather and wool.
"Los Muebles Amorosos" es una pequeña colección de Mariscal para Moroso, en la que encontramos un sofá y una butaca con formas muy orgánicas y originales. A esto se añade la mezcla de tapicerías que componen el acabado de estos asientos. La principal inspiración del diseñador es el mundo del cómic. La colección es fruto del deseo de la redondez, la superposición y el acoplamiento amoroso de cuerpos y formas en un mismo elemento.
Measurements: W 100 x D 90 x H 46/112 cm
Pair of armchairs designed by Gio Ponti for Casa e Giardino. Solid wood frame and white wool loop upholstery. Italy 1936.
W 70 x D 86 x H 83 cm
2-seater «Maralunga» model sofa, designed by Vico Magistretti (1920 - 2006) and edited by Cassina. Steel structure and backrest with mobile headrest. Upholstered in gray leather. Italy 1973.
Medidas: W 155 x D 90 x H 45/100 cm
Pair of armchairs designed by Federico Munari made by hand with a solid wood structure. Backrest upholstered with cotton velvet designed by India Mahdavi in coral color and seat upholstered with hand-painted cotton fabric. Italy 1950s.
Measurements: W 82 x D 70 x H 40/79 cm
Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) made of ash wood, with seat upholstered in linen and cotton canvas with embroidery edited by Pierre Frey. Italy 1960s.
Measurements: W 42 x D 44 x H 43/140 cm
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer and watercolorist, who had a fundamental importance in the Arts and Crafts movement and who was also the greatest exponent of Art Nouveau in Scotland. Protomodernist, try to reform by breaking with the above. He rose to fame after exhibiting his furniture at the Vienna Secession in 1900 and was part of the group The Four (The four) of the Glasgow School, created in 1897, being his main figure with his wife Margaret Macdonald, the sister of this, Frances Macdonald and the latter's husband, Herbert MacNair.