charles by Antonio Citterio for B&BItalia
To celebrate the 20 year anniversary of Charles from B&BItalia we are pleased to offer 4 matching ‘elements’ from this Collection by Antonio Citterio. Soft velvety upholstery in a neutral tone to suit many interiors.
SALE Take 15% off Was $26,000 Now $22,100Charles has been a global design success for 20 years. There are 16 ‘elements’ in the Collection.
Inspiration: Antonio named ‘charles’ after his favourite modernist designer Charles Eames. The single slim seat cushion and appearance of ‘lightness’ are a nod to the mid-century design spirit of the 50s and 60s. The inverted ‘L’ shaped feet are a key feature of the collection.
Fabrication: A solid steel base structure (researched and tested by B&BItalia’s technicians) is embedded inside polyurethane foam mouldings. The feet are die-cast aluminium engineered to hold the weight of the frame and its occupants. Highest quality Italian down cushion inners and the finest upholstery fabric in the world further elevate B&BItalia’s products above their imitators.
Hidden Features: Covers are removable or replaceable (not that you will need to, the upholstery is excellent)
Design Consigned Stylist: Multiple configurations are possible with these four elements. I love the idea of using them in two connected spaces. Add your own accent cushions and throws to suit your seasonal moods. Place a large tray on the ottoman and it morphs into a coffee table. Seats 8-10 in comfort.
DC Collector: Authentic original, made in Italy by B&BItalia. 10 years old with no detracting marks. Wears B&B brand seam tag. Retails new at Space Furniture for over $44,000 or more, depending on selected fabric and scatter cushions.
Long Chaise: L230cm D115cm/2 x rec back cushions/1 x squ cushion
Sofa no arms: L225cm D95cm/3 x rec back cushions
Sofa right side arm: L230cm D95cm/3 x rec back cushions/1 x squ cushion
Ottoman: 120cm square. * all seat height 42cm
* flexible payment terms available on this item.
SALE 15% off Was $26,000 Now $22,100
- Condition: 4/5
- Antonio Citterio