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Chaise Longue

Marcel Breuer, Isokon Chaise Longue, England, 1969 The original version in metal, was designed 1932. Isokon, the English company, specialized in the production of steam bent wood, Breuer started to work for in 1936, realized in the same year the wooden version that was made until

Armchairs

Pair of armchairs with high back rest in beech and fabric, Italy, early 1950s. The original wooden structure has been reupholstered with a black and white wool and silk fabric.

Chair

Boris Tabacoff, “Scimitar” chair for Mobilier Modulaire Moderne (M.M.M.), France, 1968. The structure is in chrome-plated steel; the seat in steam bent beech, has been reupholstered with a white wool bouclè. A pair is available.

Armchairs

Pair of manufactured, Italian rosewood armchairs of the 1950s. The original vintage structure has been reupholstered with a wool-linen fabric.

Bench

Mahogany bench, manufactured in Italy in the 1950s. All the wooden parts are interlocked, without use of nails or screws. The points of interlock become a decorative detail, along the long frontal slats.

Armchairs

Pair of occasional chairs in chrome-plated steel and fabric, Italy, 1960s. The original metal structure has been reupholstered with a rust colour wool bouclè.

Stools

Pair of mahogany stools with brass details, Italy, 1960s. The original vintage structure has been reupholstered with a Sulphur colour silk.

Armchairs

Paolo Caliari for Cassina, Pair of armchairs in wood and fabric, Italy, 1963 The original vintage structure has been reupholstered with a pale pink cotton velvet.

Armchairs

Pair of manufactured armchairs in wood, brass and fabric, Italy, 1950s. The original vintage structure has been reupholstered with a petrol colour wool fabric.

Armchair

Italian, manufactured armchair of the 1950s. The original vintage structure has been reupholstered with an aquamarine colour viscose velvet.