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leather Rosewood sofa by Coja, 1970s
Italian design sofa from the 60s / 70s. Furniture by Gigi Radice for Minotti inspired by a creation by Gio Ponti. Sofa with legs in metal, structure covered in fabric with different signs of wear, to be replaced.
Modernist form, dark wood, the armrests can be used as side tables.
This Minimalist sofa is made from two teak boards on solid beech wood legs. The cushions are removable and are zipped.
4 modules H 65 cm, H(seat) 40 cm, W 90 cm, D 90 cm. Each module consists of a square mat on a leather covered wooden base with back and a magazine pocket on it.
This set consists of two-seat sofa and two easy chairs.
A sofa bed by iconic Czech furniture designer Miroslav Navratil. He is famous mainly for his colourful fibre glass chairs but this sofa is another example of his genius.
Norwegian Sofa set Saga including teaktable and new upholstry by Gunnar Sørlie in 1958.
Mid-century Sheepskin sofa from Vatne Lenestolfabrikk, Norway 1950s.
One-of-a-kind, collectible, 6 pieces, teak furniture set (Plexus) by Illum Wikkelso, a contemporary of Arne Jacobson, Finn Juhl and Hans Wegner. Manufactured by CF Christensen, Silkeborg, Denmark.
Sofa, model 070, with an integrated coffee table designed by Kho Liang Ie and manufactured by Artifort in the Netherlands in 1964. Repeated with nine foam and cloth. Velvet green water model "Georges" from Pierre Frey.
Pair of armchairs and sofa, pale blue Velvet original upholstery, design attributed to Gio Ponti ca.1960s
This beautiful Sofa was designed by Antonio Citterio and Paolo Nava for B&B Italia, Italy in 1979. It is called “Diesis”. It is his quality made and a lot of handcrafting skills are brought into it. It has become a...
Brown leather 3-seater sofa model Conseta designed in the 1960's by Friedrich Wilhelm Möller for Cor. The sofa stands on chrome legs and has loose cushions with zipper.