Joe Colombo The Elda Chair, ITALY, ca. 1963 (SOLD)

Joe Colombo The Elda Chair, ITALY, ca. 1963 (SOLD)
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Joe Colombo The Elda Chair, ITALY, ca. 1963 (SOLD)

Joe Colombo’s Elda chair is an icon of Italian Post-modern design.

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Joe Colombo’s Elda chair is an icon of Italian Post-modern design. Named after the designer’s wife, Elda, the armchair is upholstered in white leather with a deep shell body made of fiberglass with a swiveling metal base . The Elda is incredibly comfortable and, appropriately, was created for the Italian manufacturer Comfort.

Excellent original condition.

Dimensions: 38” x 42.5” x 31”

Literature: Kries, Mateo and Alexander Von Vegesack, Joe Colombo: Inventing the Future, Weil Am Rhein: Vitra Design Stiftung, 2005, pg. 144-145.

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