Brazilian Chair Brutalist Style
This Brazilian armchair embodies the richness of the brutalist rustic decorative movement of the 1950s in Brazil, which found its heyday with the work of architects such as Zanine Caldas. It is made of a wooden tripod structure that holds suspended the seat made of thick leather. Its decorative potential is enormous. The leather is in very good condition, its rich patina will give strength and coherence to a wabi sabi environment.
Dimensions : H110 x L70 x D90 cm H43,3 x L27,5 x D35,4 inches
DANS LE CATALOGUE
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