CAVOUR, design Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti e Giotto Stoppino

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Designed in 1959, the Cavour armchair forms part of a group of products that includes two different models of chair (1960 and 1961) and a games table (1955). With these pieces Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti and Giotto Stoppino, sought to explore the qualities of curved glued laminated timber and create furniture that was distinct from the so-called international style in fashion at the time, restoring the values of domesticity and emotion.

Designed in 1959, the Cavour armchair forms part of a group of products that includes two different models of chair (1960 and 1961) and a games table (1955). With these pieces Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti and Giotto Stoppino, sought to explore the qualities of curved glued laminated timber and create furniture that was distinct from the so-called international style in fashion at the time, restoring the values of domesticity and emotion.

Designed in 1959, the Cavour armchair forms part of a group of products that includes two different models of chair (1960 and 1961) and a games table (1955). With these pieces Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti and Giotto Stoppino, sought to explore the qualities of curved glued laminated timber and create furniture that was distinct from the so-called international style in fashion at the time, restoring the values of domesticity and emotion.

Designed in 1959, the Cavour armchair forms part of a group of products that includes two different models of chair (1960 and 1961) and a games table (1955). With these pieces Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti and Giotto Stoppino, sought to explore the qualities of curved glued laminated timber and create furniture that was distinct from the so-called international style in fashion at the time, restoring the values of domesticity and emotion.

Designed in 1959, the Cavour armchair forms part of a group of products that includes two different models of chair (1960 and 1961) and a games table (1955). With these pieces Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti and Giotto Stoppino, sought to explore the qualities of curved glued laminated timber and create furniture that was distinct from the so-called international style in fashion at the time, restoring the values of domesticity and emotion.

Designed in 1959, the Cavour armchair forms part of a group of products that includes two different models of chair (1960 and 1961) and a games table (1955). With these pieces Vittorio Gregotti, Lodovico Meneghetti and Giotto Stoppino, sought to explore the qualities of curved glued laminated timber and create furniture that was distinct from the so-called international style in fashion at the time, restoring the values of domesticity and emotion.

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