Ico Parisi Chair "Model 869" In Walnut For Cassina, Italy 1960's

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Ico Parisi Chair "Model 869" In Walnut For Cassina, Italy 1960's

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  • Dimensions

    Width: 68 cm / 26,8'' - Depth: 80 cm / 31,5'' - Height: 82 cm / 32,3'' - Seating Height: 38 cm / 15''

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This chair is newly upholstered in green fabric (see reference picture). The details of the wooden frame are amazing and have an 'interlocking' structure. The seat is secured by a system composed of octagonal-shaped wooden struts and are carved and cut out to interlock with the horizontal slats.

A solid walnut wood expands elegantly at the point at which the various parts interlock. This chair was also used to furnish Hotel Lorena in Grosseto.

Condition

The item is in excellent condition.  

Documentation

Featured in Domus n.385, dicembre 1961, page 43 – 48 and in the book 'Ico Parisi Design Catalogo Ragionato 1936-1960', page 543."

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Quality, flexibility, very good communication, very happy with the coffee table I bought.

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