By Antoni Gaudí
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In contrast with what happened in general to almost all the Modernista furniture which ended up going out of fashion, furniture designed by Gaudí is still as modern today as it was when it was first designed.
In 1906, Gaudí finished workon the Casa Batlló, a typical urban house on Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia, which he transformed into one of the most outstanding buildings in the city. The furniture he originally designed for the main dining room is also pre-served at the Gaudí Museum in the Park Güell.
The Batlló chair is numbered and accompanied by a certificate, signed by the director of the Gaudí Cathedra, certifying that they are faithful and exact reproduction of the original designed by Antoni Gaudí.
52 x 47 x h.74 cm
20,5 x 18,5 x h.29,1 inch
MATERIALS AND FINISHES
Solid varnished oak.
Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) is among the most internationally famous Spanish architects, and his unorthodox approach is still considered ground-breaking to this day.
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