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  • Jennifer Brooke

    Digamma Ignazio Gardella, 1957 Santa & Cole, Spain Born from a rebellion against the canons of the Modern Movement, Ignazio Gardella's Digamma Armchair design captures the joy of metamorphosis, as opposed to following strict rules of design. Digamma is an eclectic piece, fusing an industrial and artistic aesthetic. A rationalistic body, consisting of a highly geometric seat and backrest, fused with mechanical, yet artistic steel arms and legs. Digamma has a three position reclining backrest.

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