Neo Eclectic Jatoba Wood and Salmon Colored Leather Post Modern Lounge ChairUgo La Pietra
Introducing a stunning Pretenziosa arm chair designed by Ugo La Pietra in 1983 for Busnelli Italy. This neo eclectic post modern chair is the epitome of elegance and sophistication, with it's sleek Jatoba wooden frame and gorgeous salmon-colored leather upholstery.
Ugo La Pietra is one of Italy's most acclaimed designers, with a long and illustrious career that has spanned over six decades. He is known for his innovative approach to design, which blends traditional craftsmanship with modern materials and techniques.
The Pretenziosa arm chair is part of La Pietra's research on neo eclectic furniture and are part of a series of neo eclectic chairs designed for Busnelli. This chair is a true testament to La Pietra's visionary design philosophy, with it's unique combination of classic and contemporary elements.
This chair features a slightly darker shade of salmon in smooth leather. The contrasting upholstery adds depth and dimension to the chair, making it a true statement piece for any room.
Crafted with the highest attention to detail, this chair is as comfortable as it is beautiful. The Jatoba wooden frame is not only sturdy and durable but also add a touch of warmth and natural beauty to the design.
The Pretenziosa arm chair is a rare find and a true collector's item. It a testament to the ingenuity and creativity of Ugo La Pietra and a must-have for anyone who appreciates the finer things in life.
Bring a touch of neo eclectic post modern elegance to your home or office today!
Measurements: D 83 x W 102 x H 78 cm, seating height: 40 cm. Chair will be shipped insured abroad in a custom made wooden crate. Cost of transport to the US crate included is euro 1.050,00.
An architect by training, he is an artist, filmmaker, editor, musician, cartoonist and teacher. He has been defining himself as a researcher in communication systems and in visual arts since 1960, moving simultaneously in the worlds of art and design. A tireless experimenter, he has crossed different currents (from Informalism and Conceptual Art to Narrative Art and artist’s cinema) and used multiple mediums, conducting research that were embodied in the theory of the “Disequilibrating System” – autonomous expression within Radical Design – and in important sociological themes such as “The Telematic Home” (MoMA, New York, 1972 – Fiera di Milano, 1983), “Real Space / Virtual Space” (Triennale di Milano 1979, 1992), “The eclectic Home” (Abitare il Tempo, 1990), “Beach Culture” (Centro Culturale Cattolica, 1985/95). He has transmitted his work through numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad, and he has curated several exhibitions at the Triennale di Milano, the Venice Biennale, the Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon, the FRAC Centre in Orléans, the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, the Fondazione Ragghianti in Lucca, the Fondazione Mudima in Milano and the Museo MA*GA in Gallarate. He has always critically maintained the humanistic, significant and territorial components of design through his works and objects, as well as his work in teaching, theory and publishing.