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LADY

LADY


Designed in 1951 by Marco Zanuso for Arflex, the Lady armchair won the gold medal at the IX Milan Triennale in the same year. The armchair stands as a modern icon, the fruit of innovation that turned the traditional manufacturing technique for making armchairs and sofas on its head

collection: I Maestri

designer: Marco Zanuso

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rmchair with internal seat and backrest steel frame with poplar plywood armrests. Padding in CFC-free polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. Seat, backrest and armrests in differentiated densities according to the support required by the pressure exerted by the body. Steel bases in three different colours/finishes: matte basalt finish, brass chrome and black chrome. Non-removable fabric or leather upholstery. Black plastic feet. The armchair is also available in an iconic edition with checked black and white upholstery and matte basalt base

dimensions
84 CM
77 CM
78 CM
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Marco Zanuso

Designer

Marco Zanuso

Architect, designer and university lecturer, Marco Zanuso (1916-2001) was one of the leading interpreters of the Modern Movement. Trained at the Polytechnic University of Milan and, in the immediate post-war years, co-editor of the Domus magazine with Ernesto N. Rogers, he was awarded the Medaglia d'oro and the Gran Premio at the Milan Triennale on a number of occasions (VIII, IX, X, XI and XIII editions), and won five Compassi d’Oro between 1956 and 1985.Zanuso was one of the first designers in Italy to take an interest in the problems of product industrialisation, going beyond aesthetic issues to incorporate technological, industrial, distribution and communication variables.According to Zanuso, the form of an object destined for serial reproduction is an amalgam of opportunities, experimentation and innovation in the concrete process that connects creativity, production and the social and cultural context.“Through my projects I want to give form to what I call complexity”, Marco Zanuso