1970s Italian Tito Agnoli Safari Chair leather & bamboo lounge chair
1970s Italian Tito Agnoli Safari Chair leather & bamboo lounge chair
1970s Italian Tito Agnoli Safari Chair leather & bamboo lounge chair

1970s Italian Tito Agnoli Safari Chair leather & bamboo lounge chair

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Lighting and furniture designer architect Tito Agnoli first studied industrial design and went on to intern with Gio Ponti and Carlo De Carli. He was prolific and experimental, always with an eye for luxury. This pair of "safari" chairs from late 1960s is constructed in beautiful Italian cognac saddle leather that is strapped with rivets to a wicker-wrapped bent-bamboo frame. Beautiful Italian stitching and metal coils supporting the back compliment this sturdy lounge chair. Made by the Italian firm Vittorio Bonacina, in existence from the late 19th century and specializing in bamboo furniture. Chairs have normal wear and marks to the leather. Priced per piece. Three available.
ORIGIN: Italy
PERIOD: 1970s
MATERIALS: cognac saddle leather, bamboo
DIMENSIONS: H 28.75 in W 26 in D 25 in