Futuristic Joe Colombo Italian Brown Leather Elda Armchair, 1960s
Originally designed by Joe Colombo in 1965 after he visited a shipyard where the boat hulls were made from fibreglass, and named after his wife, the Elda armchair has become a true design icon of the 20th century.
With a white moulded plastic shell, the armchair has a curvaceous silhouette, with a high back and sitting on a circular rotating base.
The seat and backrest are formed from seven individual padded cushions upholstered in brown leather, creating a futuristic aesthetic.
A fantastic example of the 1960s space-age style, this Elda armchair would make a bold statement in any contemporary living space.
Date of Manufacture: circa 1960s
Material: Leather, plastic
Place of Origin: Italy
Product SKU: AC00078
Width: 95 cm (37.41 in)
Depth: 92 cm (36.23 in)
Seat Height: 42 cm (16.54 in)
Shows wear from previous use, may have minor structural issues – see detail.
Minor fading. The back cushions have been reattached with velcro. Marks and scratches to the plastic white back. Leather worn and marked slightly.
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