rua antonio de mariz, 131. 05060-010 *São Paulo sp , Brazil Call Seller 33615599503

Showrooms

Pair of Midcentury Brazilian Armchairs by Percival Lafer, 1970s

$ 10,263
  • Description
    This pair of armchairs, created in the 1970s by the designer Percival Lafer is extremely comfortable and is capable of bringing a sense of personality and style to any decor. The structure is made of Jatoba wood and seat and backrest in single, upholstered injected foam. The geometric structure combined with the organic lines of the seat creates a special and architectural shape to the design.

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

    Percival Lafer was undoubtedly one of the most prolific designers of the Brazilian midcentury period. Responsible for the dissemination of the design of the country, his work is largely recognized as foundational for a whole school of design that followed his steps.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Documented elsewhere (exact item)
    Origin: Brazil
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Jatoba wood and seat and backrest in single, upholstered injected foam
    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 #: 508228
  • Dimensions
    W. 35.43 in; H. 29.92 in; D. 33.46 in;
    W. 90 cm; H. 76 cm; D. 85 cm;
Sign In To View Price close

You must Sign In to your account to view the price. If you don’t have an account, please Create an Account below.

Loading...
Loading... Loading...
  • This website uses cookies to track how visitors use our website to provide a better user experience. By continuing to browse this website, you are agreeing to our cookie policy
    Ok
Join InCollect close

Join to view prices, save favorites, share collections and connect with others.

Forgot Password?
  • Be the first to see new listings and weekly events
    Invalid Email. Please try again.
    Enter