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Pair of Hardwood Armchairs by Móveis Teperman, Brazilian Mid-Century Modern

$ 9,639
  • Description
    The overall lightness and elegance and the craft quality of this midcentury Brazilian hardwood pair of armchairs are both signatures of the Teperman collection. This is a piece that reflects the craft and wisdom in the use of tropical wood, taking the most out of its possibilities and constraints.

    The pieces were restored by one of our best craftsmen in São Paulo and kept their original aura and attraction.

    Pioneer in the production of quality Brazilian furniture, Teperman is one of the oldest Brazilian furniture companies inaugurated in mid-1912. During the '40s was a known provider of furniture to banks and public offices. After that, during the 1950s, the company reoriented its product line due to the construction of Brasilia (capital city of Brazil) and the consequent demand for furniture in line with the principles of modernist architecture. At the time, there was a significant investment in design, in addition to the hiring of architects such as Jacob Ruchti to develop new projects.
    Also, from 1960, they began the production of furniture in a licensed way, through the products of Herman Miller. Already in the decade of 1990 passed to re-edited furniture of designers like John Graz, George Nelson, Isamu Noguchim and Ray and Charles Eames.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Documented elsewhere (exact item)
    Origin: Brazil
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Brazilian Hardwood
    Condition: Good. The pieces were restored by one of our best craftsmen in São Paulo and kept their original aura and attraction.
    Creation Date: 1970
    Number of Pieces: 2-3
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Mid Century
    Incollect Reference #: 502781
  • Dimensions
    W. 28.35 in; H. 29.13 in; D. 27.56 in;
    W. 72 cm; H. 74 cm; D. 70 cm;
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