1980s Anacleto Spazzapan Italian Unique Pair of Colorful Baroque Armchairs

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This pair of fun vintage armchairs is a unique modern design manufactured and signed by the Italian artist, Anacleto Spazzapan (Luino, Italy - 1943). The handmade structure is created with hand welded iron tubes and covered with hand weaved colorful strips of fabric in a magical checkered pattern. Every piece by Anacleto Spazzapan is individually designed and manufactured. He chooses materials provided by nature and coming from the field of antiques, he values history and the handmade. In his own words: "Everything inspires me. Sometimes it’s something I see, other times it’s the mathematic formula I rely on to produce the functional item I have in mind. A chair, for example, needs to have a certain size and be comfortable and soft, and those are the crucial features to start first the creative process and then the manufacturing one. To me a design object must be functional." Anacleto conveys joy and exuberance in his work, he loves to play with rich vivid colors, shapes and curves. His furniture is highly collectible and decorates the most exclusive interiors all-over the world. Seat height: 17 inches

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31 in. H x 35 in. W x 18 in. D
79 cm H x 89 cm W x 46 cm D
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Fabric, Iron, Other
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