Selene Chair by Vico Magistretti for Artemide
Selene Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Artemide
Priced per individual chair
Vico Magistretti was a driving force in Italian design from the 1960s onwards. Born into a family of successful Milanese architects, in 1920, he became one of Italy's most respected designers.
The 'Selene' chair dates from a period of great experimentation with the materials of furniture making. Designers and manufacturers in the 1960s sought ways to make chairs in single mouldings, so they would be cheaper and quicker to manufacture. They also often aimed to to produce chairs that would stack, making them both versatile in use. The design of this chair is an exceptionally successful example of achievement of both aims.
The chairs were originally designed and manufactured in 1969 by Artemide, manufactured in Italy with an attribution mark.
W: 47cm x D: 50cm x H: 76cm x SH: 48cm
All chairs are fully functional, but all shows sign of age through scuffs, faded finishes and some visible repair
Collection is free from Peckham or please contact for a courier quote. London delivery is £40