Spoleto ChairPrice: $1,257.00
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Design by Ufficio Tecnico, 1971.
Ideal for small spaces, Ufficio Tecnico's 1971 Spoleto chair is "the" compact cantilevered, tubular metal chair.
Ufficio Tecnico's 1971 award-winning Spoleto chair combines classic, modern elegance with compact dimensions. Inspired by Mies Van der Rohe's MR Chair with a more compact Polished Chrome frame. The upholstery, available in black and neutral tones, is a thick cowhide sling with nylon laces. Spoleto is the recipient of a 1977 Museum of Modern Art Award and a 1978 Design Center Stuttgart Award.
Edges dyed to match for Black and Light Brown colors. White Beige will have edges matching Light Brown cowhide color. Nylon laces are dyed to match specified leather. Four molded clear plastic glides with twin-pin snap-in construction included with all Spoleto Chairs.
Material(s): Tubular steel with cowhide leather
- 18.5"W X 23.5"D X 31.5"H
- Seat Height: 18.5"H
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Designer: Ufficio Tecnico
Based in Foligno, Italy, Knoll International's in-house technical team of engineers and designers adheres to the philosophy of quality and high design. They created the Spoleto chair, inspired by Mies Van der Rohe's classic design.View other products by Ufficio Tecnico
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