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Massimo Scolari For Giorgetti Liba Swivel Armchair LOT 628a £450.00
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Massimo Scolari For Giorgetti

Liba Swivel Armchair


LOT 628a

Liba swivel chair designed by Massimo Scolari for Giorgetti. The covers are made from a soft faux suede and the arms are stainless steel with polished maple inserts.

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  • Specification

    Item Location: London
    Colour: Beige
    Material: Faux Suede, Stainless Steel & Polished Maple
    Place Of Origin: Italy
    Dimensions (cm): H 75 x W 71 x D 82.5
    Condition: Used - With Some Signs Of Wear
    Production Time: Available Now
    Shipping Size: Small

  • The Design / Brand

    Liba is a series of armchairs designed by Massimo Scolari in 2000/2001 for Giorgetti. Rarely seen on the market the Libra is an example of Giorgetti's dedication to upholding the traditions of well-tailored Italian design.

    Steeped in the Italian tradition of finely crafted cabinet and furniture-making, Giorgetti products are designed and manufactured in Brianza, Italy, as they have been for over 100 years. The remarkable freshness and innovative style of the collection demonstrates an elegance that is spare, yet full of warmth and personality. The modern aesthetic of linear, geometric shapes is softened with occasional delicate curves, expressed in the finest woods, leather, and textiles.

    Massimo Scolari graduated in architecture in Milan in 1969. Between 1975 and 1993 he was visiting professor at various prestigious universities including Cornell University, Harvard University, and Cambridge. From 2006 Massimo became the Davenport visiting professor at the Yale School of Architecture. From 1989 he designed furniture for Giorgetti where he was also the company's art director until 2001. He has held exhibitions in Europe, Japan, Russia and the United States, and his works are in the permanent collections of the MOMA, New York, the Deutsches Architektur Museum in Frankfurt, and of the Centre Pompidou in Paris less

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