SET OF SIX PS142 CHAIRS DESIGNED BY EUGENIO GERLI, ITALY 1960S
Set of six PS 142 chairs designed by Eugenio Gerli and produced by Tecno. Structure made of solid metal and upholstered with white bouclé wool. Italy 1960s. Tecno Milano label.
Measurements: W 70 x D 64 x H 42/67 cm
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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
Semi-curved 3-seater sofa designed by Gigi Radice and edited by Minotti, made with a solid wood structure and metal legs with brass finish. Upholstered with navy blue cotton velvet. Italy 1950s.
Measurements: W 195 x D 90 x H 50/90 cm
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
Pair of four-legged stools made with a brass structure and upholstery in black Mongolian wool hair.
Measurements: W 35 x D 80 cm
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Model 209 chair designed by Thonet in 1900. Made of solid birch wood and composed of an open and curved backrest and armrests. Seat upholstered in hand-painted cotton fabric designed by Livio de Simone. It was used by renowned Swiss architect Le Corbusier in many of his projects, including the Weibenhof housing estate in Stuttgart in 1927.
Measurements: W 51 x D 58 x H 48/78 cm