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Pair of Chairs by Gastone Rinaldi 70's/80's

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Overview

This pair of chairs, designed by the talented Gastone Rinaldi in the 70s, embodies bold aesthetics and design innovation of that decade. The perfect fusion of chromed metal and white bouclé wool creates a harmonious blend of modernity and comfort.

The tubular chromed metal structure, a signature style of the 70s, gives these chairs an industrial elegance and charm. The clean lines and precise geometry of the metal form a solid and artistic base. The tubular legs evoke a futuristic aesthetic while remaining rooted in the iconic period of the 70s.

The wire mesh seat adds a touch of lightness and transparency to the overall design. The metallic grid created by the interlaced wires offers ergonomic support and an intriguing aesthetic. The wire armrests also add additional functionality and provide a comfortable space to relax.

The reupholstered cushions in white bouclé wool bring a touch of warmth and softness to these contemporary chairs. The bouclé wool creates an inviting tactile texture and adds a dimension of visual comfort. The combination of white wool with chromed metal creates a striking contrast, highlighting the unique character of each material.

These chairs reflect the dynamic and creative period of the 70s, where designers were exploring new ideas and pushing the boundaries of traditional design. Gastone Rinaldi's design skillfully combines functionality and aesthetics, creating pieces that are both works of art and functional furniture.

These chairs, conceived by Gastone Rinaldi, are not only pieces of furniture but also testaments to the creative genius of their time, adding a touch of history and style to any contemporary space.

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Product type:Armchair
Condition: Great more info

Item Condition

Excellent - Brand-new, unused item, not previously owned. Shows absolutely no signs of wear.

Great - Like new or has never been used. Absolutely no scratches or wear. Has no structural issues and is in perfect condition.

Good - Lightly used, with very light scratches, or minor cosmetic wear, but has no structural issues. Most antique and vintage items fit this condition.

Fair - Shows light scratches and wear from previous use but remains in fair condition. May have some structural issues, including minor instability.

Revive - Visible signs of previous use that may include scratches, gouges, cracks and fissures and worn corners. May have significant losses, fading or structural instability.

Location: France
Sold by Treaptyque

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About the Artist

Founded by Germain Provot Lorenz Treaptyque in 2021. Located in Levallois-Perret, Treaptyque is a private curation space in Paris that offers a curated selection of cutting-edge design objects. Germain, the founder, scours Europe in search of treasures during his travels to create a seasonal collection.

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