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Pani Lounge Chair Set, c. 1950's

Sale price$7,800.00

Crafted by renowned designer Arturo Pani for his exclusive Mexico City clientele in the 1950s, these chairs have recently undergone meticulous restoration and reupholstering using luxurious cream-colored fabric, boasting a delightful velvety texture. Only available as a set. Unmarked.

Dimensions

35” W (90cm W) 

32” D (80cm D)
32" H (80cm H)

Circa
1950's

Designer

Arturo Pani, a Mexican interior and furniture designer known as "the" decorator to the elite in Mexico City, is best known for creating the now-universally recognized "Acapulco Look" in the 1950's.  He used new materials to reinterpret traditional forms. Often working in gilt iron, he created well-proportioned, opulent versions of coffee tables, lamps and chairs. His works became renowned as he rose to senior designer at the firm De la Pena, Lascurain, y Compañía. His unerring presence in the Mexican Modern scene influenced the proliferation of Mid-Century Modernism throughout the country.

Condition
Very good, consistent with age and use.

Our vintage pieces show the passage of time as we leave them in the condition in which they were found.  As a consequence, signs of wear and patina should be expected.  Please refer to images for condition details or contact us at queonda@laembajada.shop for any questions.


Shipping
In store pick up. Please email us for shipping options. 

 

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