Vittorio Introini for Saporiti, pair of lounge chairs, in suede and chrome, Italy,1969 This set of two lounge chairs is designed by Vittorio Introini and produced by Saporiti in chrome and dar green upholstery. The lounge chairs feature a steel shell with thick, comfortable cushions inside. The steel is polished and therefore works as a mirror. This cubist designed is finished with elegant details and nifty buttons and connections. The large cushions makes sure these easy chairs are highly comfortable. Upholstered in dark navy-green fabric, which makes these chairs slightly extravagant. The fabric is in good condition. If desired reupholstery is possible in any kind of leather or fabric of your choice. The very experienced craftsman of our in-house atelier are specialist on reupholstery of design furniture. With high attention for the original, they make sure every piece retains it's value and is ready for the many years to come. Seat Height: 40 CM
Toni Zuccheri for Venini, table light 'Membrane', glass, chromed metal, Italy, 1960s. An Italian Space Age table lamp called 'Membrane' by Toni Zuccheri. The large bulb is executed in milky and crystal glass, which creates an interesting light partition in combination with the pink light source. It's supported by a chromed base.
This 'Cobra' chair was designed by Giotto Stoppino during the 1970s and produced in Italy. The chair features a tubular structure in chrome metal, winding from the base to the seat and backrest. The seat and back are made from foam covered in black leatherette. Seat Height: 53 CM
This 'Karuselli' swivel lounge chair by Yrjö Kukkapuro, originally designed in 1964 features a strong fiberglass shell, soft black leather upholstery, and a chromed steel swivel mechanism that rotates and tilts to achieve the most comfortable sitting position. Designed with ergonomics in mind and perfectly proportioned to cradle the human body Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto established a legacy of durable and modern decor options with Artek, founded in 1935. This 'Karuselli' swiveling lounge chair by Yrjö Kukkapuro would work great in a Post-Modern, Mid-Century Modern, Space Age Mod, Scandanavian Modern or Danish Modern home or penthouse apartment but could also look fantastic in a Contemporary or Zen / Minimalism room. Also consider mixing it up in a Traditional, Transitional, Hollywood Regency, Classical or Art Deco room with a splash of juxtaposition. Would also be an apt choice in a commercial project such as a hotel lobby lounge or members club, creative design studio or high-rise executive office. Sold As: Set of 2 Seat Height: 36.8 CM
Tarquini Martensson And Michael Tarp Jensen
Tarquini Mårtensson, Michael Tarp Jensen, armchairs, black lacquered plywood, metal, wool, Denmark, 1974 This rare pair of chairs was designed by Danish architects Tarquini Mårtensson and Michael Tarp Jensen for Idrættens Hus ('House of Sports'). This impressive Brutalist complex was situated in Brøndby, a few kilometers outside of Kopenhagen and built in 1974. The immense venue featured sports facilities, offices and meeting rooms. Today, the Danish Sports Confederation is still held in Idrættens Hus together with Team Denmark, Anti Doping Denmark and a number of special federations. Inside the building, the function-driven and well constructed furniture compliments the sturdy exterior of the building. The black lacquered chairs show an honest construction with all metal joints and mounts visible. The rounded seats are upholstered in a bright green wool. The open construction of the chairs contribute to the architectural feeling the chairs evoke. Seat Height: 44 CM