4 Superleggere chairs by Gio Ponti for Cassina
Superb set of 4 Superleggere chairs by Gio Ponti for Cassina, late 60s
Delivering From: Conversano, IT
Superb set of 4 Superleggere chairs by Gio Ponti for Cassina, late 60s.
The Superleggera is a chair designed by the Italian designer in 1955 and produced by Cassina since 1957. It is one of the best known products of the Milanese designer and one of the most relevant industrial design products of the twentieth century.
It is in fact part of the permanent collection of the Triennale Design Museum and has been exhibited at the 4th edition of the latter: The Factories of Dreams.
For its characteristics and for the original demonstrations that accompanied its presentation to the public, the chair has become a cultural symbol and one of the most interesting examples of innovative technology applied to furniture. She was selected for the IV Compasso d’oro award ceremony ( not winning it ) and is part of the ADI Design Index selection.
The condition of the chairs are perfect, some small signs of the weather due to their almost 60 years of life and two were maintained and restored to perfection in the 90s.
Dealer of design furniture, iconic peaces and vintage from 1900s to 2000s, based in Conversano, south Italy.
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