Sergio Rodrigues set the standard for Modern furniture in Brazil during the 1950s. His works have become a reference for Brazilian design, which often use indigenous wood species such as jacaranda and imbuia.
One of his most iconic designs is the Lucio chair, which was designed celebrating Lucio Costa, a well-known Brazilian architect.
Our version dates back to the 1950s and is made of a solid rosewood structure with a caned seat. The natural cane has been completely re-done by hand; a meticulous and very time consuming job. Note that chairs carry the OCA stamp, which is extremely rare.
Materials: Rosewood, cane
Origination: 1950s, Brazil. Labelled by manufacturer.
Condition: Very good. Cane replaced, chairs are structurally strong, the joints have been checked. The wood shows some natural signs of use as per images. These chairs are stable and ready for daily use.
Height: 80 cm
Width: 46 cm
Depth: 49 cm
Seat height: 43 cm
Price per piece.