Gorgeous vintage Selene chairs by Italian designer Vico Magistretti. Designed in 1969 for Artemide, the Selene chair was the first monobloc chair made from just a single piece of 3 mm thick fiberglass-reinforced polyester. A stunning and historically significant design that paved the way in high-end molded plastic furniture manufacturing. Each is stamped with designer name and info on underside.
The same chair is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).
They are in vintage condition with some fading and scuffing. Some foot rests missing, but are fully functioning as is. These would be an easy do-it-yourself refurbish!
6 Maroon Red
$125 each….or purchase 4 for $300…..or take all 6 for $350!
18.5" w | 19.5" d | 29.5 h | 18.5" seat height
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