Tito Agnoli P3 chairs for Bonacina
Pair of rare Tito Agnoli P3 Italian mid century sculptural lounge chairs. SOLD
Designed / launched by whom/when: Bonacina was established in 1889 in the Italian basket making region of Lombardy. The P3 was commissioned by Vittorio and Pierantonio Bonacina in 1961. Designer Tito Agnoli (b1931 Lima Peru) a graduate of Milan Polytechnic was assistant to Gio Ponti creating designs for Arflex, Molteni, Cinova Lema among others. His work is represented in the permanent Design collection at MOMA New York.
Inspiration: The Tito Agnoli P3 chairs for Bonacina originally had a corner piece to create a modular formation.
Fabrication: Coated tubular steel frames, woven seat and back
Design Consigned Stylist: Less is definitely more with thes Italian modernist lounge chairs and their sculptural eye catching silhouette. Can be used indoors or in an outdoors. Modernist summer style for minimalists.
DC Insider: Giovanni Bonacina designed seating for The Villa D’Este in 1905. Mario Bonacina is re releasing some of his grandfather’s early designs as Italian classic Designs have a new generation of Collectors.
DC Collector: Highly collectible pair made in Italy by Bonacina. The Tito Agnoli Design P3 lounge chair was limited edition release.
Authenticity: One owner verified. Approx 10 years old with indoor use only. 2-3 small breaks, otherwise excellent with no discolouration. SOLD
- Dimensions: H70cm W60cm D87cm
- Condition: 3/5
- Tito Agnoli
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