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 ...

LIDO | armchair | Ignazio Gardella | 1965.

One of a pair from the music room of the Havemeyer house, which Tiffany designed in 1891–92. The dense floral carving on the crest rail is typical of late 19th century Aesthetic decoration. It has brass-claw and glass-ball feet & micromosaic marquetry along the arms and seat rail.Tiffany described the ornament as "patterns...made of thousands of squares of natural wood, one sixteenth-of-an-inch in size, of different colors, and each individual square surrounded by a minute line of metal."

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The Chifruda Armchair by 82-year-old designer Sergio Rodrigues was originally designed in 1962.

Finn Juhl; #BO-59 Walnut and Leather Armchair for Bovirke, 1946. | Furniture Design | Chair Design | Designer Chair

Dominique Arm Chair in Sycamore Covered in Taupe Velvet

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Designed by Carl Axel Acking, Sweden. 1950s.

If you're going for that "retro" look, check out this deliciously lemon-flavored Pierre Guariche lounge chair from 1953.

1877 Armchair Edward William Godwin Culture: British

Arm chair, designed by Hans Olsen, Denmark. 1950's. www.propertyrevamped.com.au

Seating ideas for the warehouse Sergio Bernardes; Wood and Chromed Steel 'Network' Chair, 1975.

Catherine armchair by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Bernhardt Design.

JEAN ROYÈRE Pair of “Ecusson” armchairs, 1953 Oak, leather (2). Each: 29 1/2 in. (75 cm.) high

Pair Verner Panton Bachelor suede armchairs 20 15⁄32"W x 29 9⁄64"D x 29 9⁄64"OAH x seat H = 14 61⁄64"

Something's off in the fabric choice, but this warrants more consideration!

"MR" Armchair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1927, tubular steel, painted caning. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Lifesavers 1957

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) - Arm Chair. Carved Wood with Marquetry Inlay.

Sing Sing Sing. Designed by Shiro Kuramata for XO, France. 1985