“LOCUS SOLUS” DAYBED
GAE AULENTI "LOCUS SOLUS" DAYBED ITALY - 1960s
This bed was designed by the Italian architect Gae Aulenti, as a representative work of her designs. The name “Locus Solus” comes from a novel by the French writer Raymond Roussel. In the novel, Locus Solus is a place where a wealthy eccentric inventor displays his bizarre creations. Aulenti was inspired by this concept and created a design that was both functional and aesthetically intriguing. The straightforward design of the “Locus Solus” represents well her core sensibility in architecture and design. The mattress rests on a chrome tubular structure and the base of the bed is in its original state. The cushion of the bed has been reupholstered in transat canvas yellow fabric.
DIMENSIONS DIM. – H 70 x W 200 x D 68 cm
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