SOFA MOD "SORIANA" DESIGNED BY TOBIA SCARPA. ITALY 1960s
"Soriana" model sofa designed by Tobia Scarpa and edited by Cassina. Structure in chromed steel and upholstered in bouclé fabric. Italy 1960s.
Afra (1937-2011) and Tobia (1935-) Scarpa studied at the Venice Institute of Architecture. Tobia first worked for the Italian glass manufacturer Venini. Starting in 1960, the couple opened their own design office which they designed for numerous important Italian and international companies such as Flos, Gavina, B&B Italia, Cassina, Knoll International and many interior projects for numerous companies around the world. His work includes architecture and everyday items such as furniture and clothing.
Measurements: W 242 x D 96 x H 40/62 cm
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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.