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Osvaldo Borsani

Lounge Chairs, ca. 1950

Ribbon mahogany, enameled steel, rubber
26 × 21 × 18 in
66 × 53.3 × 45.7 cm
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New York
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Osvaldo Borsani
Swiss-Italian, 1911–1985
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Osvaldo Borsani brought modern Italian design to the world’s attention in the post-war period by …

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Osvaldo Borsani brought modern Italian design to the world’s attention in the post-war period by promoting luxury furnishings influenced by technological innovation; utilizing new modes of production; and integrating industrial materials such as steel and rubber. In 1953 he founded furniture manufacturer Tecno with …

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Osvaldo Borsani
Swiss-Italian, 1911–1985
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Osvaldo Borsani brought modern Italian design to the world’s attention in the post-war period by …

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Osvaldo Borsani brought modern Italian design to the world’s attention in the post-war period by promoting luxury furnishings influenced by technological innovation; utilizing new modes of production; and integrating industrial materials such as steel and rubber. In 1953 he founded furniture manufacturer Tecno with …

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Osvaldo Borsani

Lounge Chairs, ca. 1950

Ribbon mahogany, enameled steel, rubber
26 × 21 × 18 in
66 × 53.3 × 45.7 cm
Sold
location
New York
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