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Locus Solus dining set by Gae Aulenti by Gae Aulenti for sale

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Item ID: 285240

Item Description

Chairs measure: 22 w x 21.5 d x 26.5 h inches.

Item Details

Eras: 1900s / 20th century

Styles: Italian, '70s style

Materials: Metals, Cover, Glass, Painted metal, Vinyl, Glass

Measurements: 71.7 x 85.0 x 85.0 CM (H x W x D) Change Unit

Quantity: 5

Condition: Good Condition

Design History

Designer: Gae Aulenti (Italy , 1927 - )

Design year: 1964

Maker: Poltronova (Italy)  

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Designer

Gae Aulenti at Deconet

Gae Aulenti Architect, designer, and theorist Gae Aulenti is one of the best-known Italian designers in the second half of the 20th century. Her reputation being enhanced by a major award at the 1964 Milan Triennale, her participation in the seminal Italy: The New Domestic Landscape at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1972 and her award-winning layout of the Musée d'Orsay in Paris (1980-86). In addition to her striking "Arrivo al Mare" installation in the Italian Pavilion at the 1964 Milan Triennale, utilizing Picasso-inspired silhouettes and mirrors, during the 1960s she also designed furniture for a number of clients. These included the department store La Rinascente, Zanotta, Poltranova and Knoll, expanding in the 1970´s to include Martinelli Luce and Artemide, for whom she designed lights.

Maker

Poltronova Poltronova was founded by Sergio Cammilli in 1957. In the early years of the company?s history a fundamental contribution was made by Ettore Sottsass Jr., who became its art director in 1958, with Poltronova producing scores of his designs, from furniture to ceramics. Poltronova turned its attention to the art world, working closely with artists such as Ceroli, Nespolo, Ruffi, and Max Ernst. Company has won many awards for its creations, including the Compasso d'Oro in 1957 for the stool by Luciano Nustrini, in 1977 for the publication of the book Fare Mobili con Poltronova (Making Furniture with Poltronova); or the Top Ten prize in 1984 for the ?She? armchair by Prospero Rasulo.

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Locus Solus dining set by Gae Aulenti for sale at Deconet

Locus Solus dining set by Gae Aulenti. Chairs measure: 22 w x 21.5 d x 26.5 h inches.

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