A set of four folding chairs, designed around 1984 by Adriano and Paolo Suman, manufactured in Italy by Giorgetti Matrix. The chairs stand out for their unique postmodern design and great functionality: they can be flat folded within seconds, and they are on wheels. The chairs are made of black stained plywood and massive wood. All four are in an almost perfect condition, with just very few signs of wear. The dimensions: width 60 cm, depth 49 cm, height 78 cm, seating height 44 cm A very rare set, interesting for collectors of postmodern design, but also fully suitable for everyday use!
1980 – 1989
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- Store Name: 19 West Furniture
- Vendor: 19 West Furniture
- Address: Vogelsanger Str. 350 F
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