Designed by iconic italian designer Tobia Scarpa in the 1970s, this assortment consists of six ravishing chairs built in rosewood and leather upholstery. All pieces are preserved in next to new condition and offer a classic design addition to your home.
Sustainability: Pre-Owned furniture is the highest form of sustainability. This masterpiece carries stories from past which makes it unique in its own right, and eco-efficient to the environment. It's one of a kind.
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Shipping: This item ships standard insured within EU in 2- 4 weeks. We take the satisfaction of customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it within 14 days for a full product refund. Shipping costs to return the item are borne by the customer
Chic, distinctive, and cool, the work of husband-and-wife-team Tobia and Afra Scarpa has found a new generation of sophisticated admirers in the 21st century. Their designs exhibit a decidedly modernist aesthetic, prioritizing pared-back elegance and comfort. At the same time, the Scarpas are admired for the ease with which their designs complement both classical and cutting-edge interiors. Born in Venice in 1935, Tobia Scarpa is the son of famed architect-designer Carlo Scarpa. Alongside his wife Afra (née Bianchin, born in Montebelluna in 1937), he began working with Venini glassworks in Murano in the 1950s. In 1960, the couple established their design office in Montebelluna. Together, they created works for companies such as Flos, Cassina, B&B Italia, and Knoll. They embraced a variety of materials and expanding technologies across a wide range of designs, from glass, furniture, and lighting to interiors and architecture.
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