MOD CAMALEONDA SOFA DESIGNED BY MARIO BELLINI. ITALY 70s
Camaleonda model modular sofa designed by Mario Bellini (1935-) for B&B Italia in 1972. Composed of 6 large modular seats with backrest and 1 large shoe remover. White bouclé wool upholstery.
Large seat measurements (6): W 96 x D 96 x H 40/65 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
Butaca con descalzador modelo "Soriana" diseñada por Tobia Scarpa y editado por Cassina. Estructura en acero cromado y tapizado en tela bouclé. Italia años 60.
Armchair measurements: W 88 x D 97 x H 36/65 cm
Shoe remover size: W 86 x D 73 x H 40 cm
De Sede sectional sofa mod «Snake Non Stop» contains twenty-eight pieces in their original black leather upholstery, of which there are twenty-six central elements and two end elements with armrests. An infinite number of modules can be added, allowing free-flowing mobile concepts. This exceptional design is functional and has unlimited comfortable options that make this DS-600 sofa an iconic system created in 1972. Designed by Ueli Bergere, Eleonora Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich and Klaus Vogt in Dede, Switzerland.
De Sede is a historic Swiss design brand known worldwide for the superior quality of its handmade leather furniture production. De Sede collections have stood for craftsmanship, attention to detail and respect for comfort for over fifty years. A handcrafted work, with meticulous attention to authentic design and all made strictly in leather.
Measurements: Each module: 25 x 100 x 37/70 (h) cm - 7 m
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.
Armchair designed by Miroslav Navratil, structure in wood and metal lacquered in black. Czechoslovakia 1960s.
Measurements: W 74 x D 80 x H 35/95 cm