fine Carlo Enrico Rava red velvet and brass armchair by Isa, 1950


IMG_4311Carlo Rava armchair, 1950

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fine and elegant red velvet armchair, designed by Arch. Carlo Enrico Rava
manufactured by Arredamenti Isa Bergamo, 1950
wood structure
just re-upholstery in refined red cotton velvet
four sculptural brass feet
perfect condition
measures: 72x 70 cm, height: 86 cm, height arms:61 cm , height seat: 41 cm

Carlo Enrico Rava was an Italian architect. In October 1926 he founded Group 7, together with Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini, Guido Frette, Sebastiano Larco Silva, Giuseppe Terragni and Ubaldo Castagnoli, a group that promoted the Modern Movement in Italy and initiator of Italian rationalism. In 1929 he left Gruppo 7 together with Larco Silva due to internal discontent, and joined the RAMI (Group of modern Italian architects) in 1931. He was able to make many trips to Tripolitania and became interested in colonial architecture. After the war he collaborated with various publishing houses, focusing his studies on theatrical scenography

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Weight 30 kg
Dimensions 72 × 70 × 86 cm

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