The Woodline Lounge Chair by Marco Zanuso was designed during the 1950s and produced by Arflex during the 1950s / 1960s.
Marco Zanuso was one of the most influential Italian modernist designers of his time: Other than the well known Woodline Lounge Chair, with its distinctive curved lines and wooden frame, he also designed the Triennale and the Museum chair, both of which are iconic designs that are still in production.
Zanuso was also a strong advocate of sustainable design and materials in architecture, and was a key contributor to the development of the modern Italian design movement.
Materials: Rosewood, leather
Origination: Italy, 1960s
Condition: Very good vintage condition, signs of use as per images, wood has been refinished. Ready for daily use.
Height: 72 cm
Depth: 89 cm
Width: 74 cm
Seating height 38 cm
We have two lounge chairs in stock, please refer to the images to see a side by side comparison.