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Bruge - Armchairs

Origin England
Period 1950-1979
Materials stee; , fiberglassandleather
Dimensions
W. 37.4 in; H. 33.46 in; D. 41.34 in;
W. 95 cm; H. 85 cm; D. 105 cm;
Condition Excellent. Wear consistent with age and use.
Creation Date 1972
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description Rare pair of armchairs designed in 1972 by Bruno Gechelin for Busnelli - red leather and fiberglass shell rotates on an aluminium die-cast pin, chromed steel base
The armchairs slightly swivel .

Very good original conditions - Wear due to use and age

Bruno Gecchelin was born in Milan in 1939 . In 1962 he developed studies and research on compact gas and refrigerators for Indesit and began designing furnishing elements for Gruppo Industriale Busnelli . In the same period he joined the design office of Olivetti di Ivrea , directed by Ettore Sottsass and based in Milan. He stayed there for about fifteen years designing machines and electronic terminals as well as office furniture

Several international prizes including BIO Ljubljana, IF product design award in Hannover and three Compasso d'Oro Award: the first in 1989 for the series of commercials Spark production IGuzzini Illuminazione , the second in 1991 for the heat pump AGH 171 New production Aermec-Riello and the third in 2004 for Fratelli Guzzini's Latina juicer.
Styles / Movements Mid Century, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 241273
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