Pair of vintage ‘Bocconi’ armchairs by Giuseppe Pagano Pogatschnig – Italy, 1940s Art Deco

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Add a touch of vintage elegance to your space with the ‘Bocconi’ armchairs. Iconic 1940s design by Pagano Pogatschnig and Maggioni. Bent wood and woven rope.

Dimensions: 76 H, 61 W, 68 D (cm)


‘Bocconi’ armchairs designed by Giuseppe Pagano Pogatschnig and Gino Maggioni in the 1940s. These armchairs are a work of art of Italian design, featuring a distinctive structure in bent wood and woven rope.

The armrests form two large squares in curved wood, while the seat and back are made with a woven rope which gives them a rustic and elegant appearance at the same time. The dimensions of Height: 76 cm, Width: 61 cm, Depth: 68 cm and Seat Height: 35 cm offer timeless comfort and style.

Carefully preserved over the years, these armchairs maintain their authenticity and original beauty, representing a unique piece of design history. Add an element of charm and prestige to your decor with these ‘Bocconi’ armchairs, an exceptional testimony to Italian art and ingenuity.

Additional information

Weight 30 kg
Dimensions 68 × 61 × 76 cm