Vintage design furniture

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For Sale on 1stDibs - Four Carlo Scarpa walnut and black leather chairs mod. 1934/765 for Bernini, 1977. 765 is planned by Carlo Scarpa in 1934, year from which the chair will Architecture, Design, Industrial, Carlo Scarpa, Mid Century Chair, Leather Dining Chairs, Leather Dining Chairs Modern, Vintage Chairs, Leather Dining Room Chairs

Four Carlo Scarpa walnut and black leather chairs mod. 1934/765 for Bernini, 1977. 765 is planned by Carlo Scarpa in 1934, year from which the chair will take subsequently the name, but it will be produced only in the 1977. The author realizes the chair for his own residence in Venice. The structure is in walnut-tree Scarpa seems to want to underline the use of this material with a back from the bent forms and a central cut, similar to a knot of the wood. A lot of job have asked for the…

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Yazmin Gutierrez
Architecture, Interior, Bauhaus, Design, Danish Modern, Furniture Design, Furniture Details Design, Iconic Furniture Design, Furniture Design Classic

Why is it important to consider classic design styles of the past in order to create timeless interiors of today? Well, for starters, timeless interiors do not rely exclusively on currentdesign trends. Design history has proven time and again that restricting your room design to what is ‘current’ or ‘trendy’ will date your space. Check out some examples:THE SEVENTIESThe ‘70’s is commonly referred to as the “decade style forgot”! Think shag pile carpet, macrame wall hangings. lacquered and me

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Marcelo Rocha
Interior, Design Styles, Design, Furniture Design, Office Interior Design, Iconic Furniture Design, Vintage Furniture Design, Classic Furniture, Bauhaus Furniture Design

Why is it important to consider classic design styles of the past in order to create timeless interiors of today? Well, for starters, timeless interiors do not rely exclusively on currentdesign trends. Design history has proven time and again that restricting your room design to what is ‘current’ or ‘trendy’ will date your space. Check out some examples:THE SEVENTIESThe ‘70’s is commonly referred to as the “decade style forgot”! Think shag pile carpet, macrame wall hangings. lacquered and me

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Kubra Yilmaz