This armchair and its footrest are the work of the famous Brazilian designer Sergio Rodrigues, called the Mole model, it was designed in 1957. It owes its name to the shape of its cushion, Mole meaning soft in Portuguese. The two pieces are composed of a base with four log legs made from Jacaranda, a noble wood from Brazil. The cushions are held in place by wide intertwined leather straps, it is in camel leather and cover the entire structure up to the armrests, the footrest also has its cushion adjusted to its design.
Cult seat that marked the Brazilian design of the 20th century. It owes its popularity and success to the first prize it won at the international furniture competition at Cantu, a very famous Italian fair for the time. It is currently on display in the permanent collection of Moma in New York.
A welcoming seat that invites you to sit comfortably with the latest novel by your favorite author. It has a nice leather patina and will become the centerpiece of your interior.
This set comes from a private Parisian collection.
- Sergio Rodriguez
- the leather is patinated
this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice general patina
- this product has been cleaned and checked in our restoration workshop
- Dimensions 1:
- Total height: 85 cm - Seating height: 37 cm - Armrest height : 53 cm - Length: 100 cm - Depth: 92 cm (Armchair)
- Dimensions 2:
- Height: 40 cm - Length: 90 cm - Depth: 60 cm (Footrest)