Appointment No. 10 with our Corner Mix, a composition of products from our catalog of modern art for lovers of vintage and design of the 50s and 60s.
This week we make a time jump that catapults us between the 50s and 60s with furnishings that tell a lot about the fashions and innovations of the period.
The seat we have chosen is a 50s sofa of Italian production with an upholstery (brand new) in an octane color.
The armrest and legs are merged into a single element that separates materially, formally and visually from the backrest and seat, which are also merged into a single element.
This feature – typical of the fashion of the period – is still appreciated nowadays and widespread are the reinterpretations of this concept.
To accompany the sofa we have included a simple and functional 60s bookcase that clearly communicates the concept of modularity.
The containers and shelf of teak veneer are adjustable in the position along the metal side supports.
To illuminate the composition we think a lamp ‘ups and downs’ 50s in aluminum and brass.
Equipped with a counterweight, it can be easily positioned at the height you want.
We update, chì mi thu an ath thuras!