• Moragas armchair, 1957, Antoni de moragas, Santa and cole

Moragas armchair, 1957

Moragas armchair by Antoni de Moragas for Santa + Cole.

Designer and architect Antoni de Moragas was at the forefront of Spain's post-War architectural rejuvenation. He drew on his creative foresight to imagine the mass production of products before this was the norm, thereby designing functional, affordable pieces with unique form.

This chair was designed by Moragas for his own home, before being reissued by Santa & Cole in 1992 to wide acclaim. It features a high back and broad seat, enclosed by the curvature of the chair's wings to maximise comfort.

A matching ottoman is also available: please enquire for details.

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Moragas armchair by Antoni de Moragas for Santa + Cole.

Designer and architect Antoni de Moragas was at the forefront of Spain's post-War architectural rejuvenation. He drew on his creative foresight to imagine the mass production of products before this was the norm, thereby designing functional, affordable pieces with unique form.

This chair was designed by Moragas for his own home, before being reissued by Santa & Cole in 1992 to wide acclaim. It features a high back and broad seat, enclosed by the curvature of the chair's wings to maximise comfort.

A matching ottoman is also available: please enquire for details.

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79w x 84d x 42/92cmh

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Beech wood legs with cherry wood colour finish.

May be ordered upholstered the following Kvadrat fabric collections: Harald 3 by Raf Simons and Remix 2. Please click on fabric name for link to Kvadrat fabric images and enter desired fabric name and code.

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Founded by Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó in 1985, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focusing on everyday objects in order to seek a better user experience, leading to reflection upon material culture.

Founded by Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó in 1985, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focusing on everyday objects in order to seek a better user experience, leading to reflection upon material culture.

Santa and Cole edit elements of domestic and urban furniture and lighting, plant elements, and books. A range converging upon a single concern: not to accumulate, but rather to select; not to enjoy quantity, but rather quality.

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