PO-801 Armchair in the manner of Jorge Zalszupin

PO-801 Armchair in the manner of Jorge Zalszupin

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    Minimal, comfortable and elegant, Jorge Zalszupin designed the "801" armchair in the early 1960’s for his seminal Brazilian mid-century design firm L’Atelier. Delicate, tapered wooden feet, straightforward frame and slight angled arms. Part of the Etel collection. The Polish born Jorge Zalszupin moved to Brazil after World War II, where he found an opportunity to develop his extremely sensual, modern architecture. A desire to rebuild a new post-war world and a wave of development in Brazil proved an ideal time for this creative atmosphere to flourish. Graceful lines, strong use of local woods and a combination of impeccable woodworking and classical detailing mark Zalszupin’s furniture. He became part of a select team of talented furniture designers, who worked closely with Oscar Niemeyer on the conception and production of furniture for the new federal capital. The pieces he designed during this time utilized the luxury of leather and combined it with classical Brazilian rosewood. Zalszupin’s furniture designs are characterized by both geometric lines and organic shapes combined with well-defined proportions, graceful lines and classical detailing. The quality of his furniture has transcended time and his pieces have become timeless.
    Quantity:
    Code: 7CHIR23
    Price: $6,100.00
    Dimensions: 29in. H x 30in. W x 28in. D (74cm H x 76cm W x 71cm D)
    Materials: Sustainable and Organic Materials