Designer: Vico Magistretti
Description: this pair of armchairs, model Maralunga, was designed in the seventies by the Italian designer Vico Magistretti and then edited by Cassina (label present on the armchair, picture n°11). It is composed of a structure covered by a brown leather resting on a black plastic base. The backrest consists of a retractable headrest that allows use in folded or unfolded version.
World famous and copied but never unequaled, this pair of armchairs is a classic of Italian design.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, it has a beautiful patina of the leather. An armchair has light cat scratches on top of the backrest (picture n°12).
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Folded height: 75 cm
Unfolded height: 105 cm
Seating height: 46 cm
Length: 100 cm
Depth: 87 cm
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