Paolo Buffa – two species armchairs

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A designer yet to be discovered

Paolo Buffa, an Italian designer yet to be discovered. He has designed and produced many neoclassic décor in the first 50 years of the 1900. His style is marked by the use of different woods, that are soft but firm in it’s own style. He trained with Gio Ponti, but soon took his way leaving his mark and unmistakable style/imprint, in the International market. He is currently one of the most sought after furniture designers.

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Paolo Buffa sofas’ perfectly restored

These chairs that today we present are original from the 50’s. The main structure is made of cherry wood while the interior decorations are in beech.

For us who love the style of Paolo Buffa, it was easy to find them in a small country market. The conditions were quite good at the level of structure, but their upholstery had to be replaced, as it wears out with time.

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Before restoration

After we cleaned, polished and ____ dato il trattamento antitarlo al legno, we tried a fabric that could complement them without losing the vintage style. We chose this iridescent velvet pad which gives light and character to the upholstery. It’s fabric is handcrafted and made in Italy, going with the desired characteristic. We sought to keep the authenticity, of “ made in Italy”, in two pieces. It was very important to keep, the history of Italian design.

The result obtained after the restoration is definitely fresh and current, suitable for every furnishing solution, whether it be vintage or modern.

These two beautiful chairs are now in a reading area of a nineteenth century building completely restored and modernized interiors. They are the masters of their location, where they were complemented, with a beautiful original vintage lamp 1950’s brass and Carrara marble.

 

 

Siamo molto soddisfatte del nostro lavoro, crediamo che siano ora davvero fruibili perché luminose e moderne. Che ne pensate? Vorreste anche voi delle poltrone così per la vostra casa?

 

 

 

 

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