SET OF 4 “LOCUS SOLUS” CHAIRS
GAE AULENTI SET OF 4 "LOCUS SOLUS" CHAIRS ITALY - 1960s
Gae Aulenti was an Italian architect and designer who gained internation acclaim for her versatile and innovative work. She is particularly renowned for her architectural projects, which include the renovation of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, where she transormed a historic railway station into a world-class art museum. Her architectural designs often embraced a modernist aesthetic with a focus on functionality and adaptability.
The Locus Solus chairs design for Poltronova were intended to be poolside seating, made of steel with padded Mohair velvet seats from Pierre Fey.
DIMENSIONS DIM. – H 66 x W 56 x D 53
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