DAYBED, LOUIS PAOLOZZI (1955)
Daybeds signed Louis Paolozzi, made in France in 1955. In oak and mahogany, the structure has been restored by an art cabinetmaker, and the mattresses and bolsters have been redone and covered with fabrics selected from Casamance and Nobilis.
Length : 76.77 in / 195 cm
Height : 16.93 in / 43 cm
Width : 34.25 in / 87 cm
Weigth : 0 lb / kg
Categories: Twentieth-century design
Designer: Louis Paolozzi, French furniture designer who marked the reconstruction period thanks to his singular style: flexibility of forms, detachment of lines and contrast of wood species. His seating drawings have particularly contributed to his notoriety, always inspired by the great Italian productions of the 50s.
Materials: Oak and mahogany structure, bottom of the bed in plywood and foam covered with stretch fabric, mattresses and bolsters redone and covered with Casamance and Nobilis fabrics.
State: Restored by an upholsterer and an art cabinetmaker.
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