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Sillón La pampa

De acero sólido. Cuero de anilina completa.

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Reproducción de la Cuero La pampa De acero sólido. Cuero de anilina completa, Diseño famosa, Sillón. El diseño original de 1940 se ha hecho famoso con el nombre de La pampa.

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inspirador Cuero
Grupo de diseño Diseño famosa
tipo de mobiliario Sillón
Material De acero sólido. Cuero de anilina completa.
Diseño La pampa
Año de diseño 1940
Entrega Bajo pedido
Dimensiones ancho x profundidad x altura 85 x 90 x 90 cm seat:42cm
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In Depth Jorge Ferrari Hardoy and Juan Kurchan two architects returned to Buenos Aires in the late 1930’s. They brought along Antonio Bonet i Castellana, a Catalonian colleague and friend with whom they had been collaborating at Le Corbusier’s studio in Paris. Together, the three of them also brought a clear vision for a modern version of “La Tripolina”, a chair designed in 1877. The three men’s own chair design first saw light in December 1938. Solid steel (12 mm) was used for the frame, the seat being made from heavy-duty leather. The latter was handcrafted by Cuatrini, a famous saddle maker who worked for leading polo saddlery, Rossi & Caruso. Only a few examples were produced. Despite winning some awards, the chairs were left unsold in a Buenos Aires store. Two of the chairs were finally brought to the US. One of these can still be admired at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Some years after the Second World War, a new generation was ready for the trio’s seating concept. Originally named the BKF (the initials of the three designers), the design became known as the “Butterfly Chair” or the “Bat”. Mass production took off in the 50’s and 60’s. In those decades, millions of teenagers chose the design as their first “own chair”. It allowed them to sit in a new laid-back manner that was not always approved of by their parents. Thanks to us, and our more than 25 years in the leather industry, 4 new and exciting versions of this modern classic are now being produced in Sweden. “Mariposa” is Spanish and can be translated as “Butterfly”.
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