20th Century Brown Italian Pair of Beech, Maplewood Lounge Chairs by Paolo Buffa
A vintage Mid-Century modern Italian pair of lounge chairs made of hand crafted black shellac polished Beechwood, designed by Paolo Buffa in good condition. The crosses of the chairs are made of Maplewood, consisting its original metal springs. The backrest and the sides of the armchairs are spindled with arched arms, standing on four slightly curved feet. Newly upholstered in a white bouclé fabric from Pierre Frey. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1940 - 1950, Milan, Italy.
Seat: 16" H x 21.5" W x 18" D
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Paolo Buffa was born in 1903 Milan, Italy and passed away in 1970. He was an Italian architect and designer. Before Buffa studied at the Polytechnic Institute in Milan, he worked for the Italian architect and designer Gio Ponti. He established his own company with collaborator Antonio Cassi Ramello. Before Buffa passed away, he had been named one of the most important designers in Italy.
Material: Wood, Fabric, Metal
Details: Black Shellac Polished Beechwood, Bouclé Fabric, Polished Maplewood, Upholstery
Country of Origin: Italy
Dimensions: 33" H x 26.5" W x 27.5" D