Grandi Maestri / Contemporanei


Tito Agnoli , 1964

Tito Agnoli’s designs are characterized by soft forms traversed with dystonic pulsations, modernism with a baroque soul — perhaps translated from the colonial architecture of South America, where Agnoli was born in 1931. As an assistant to Gio Ponti and then later to Carlo De Carli, Agnoli undertook intense activity in the field of design, collaborating with many companies in the sector. The bar was raised with the P3S, 1964, a continuous line that creates
the minimal geometry of the form of the chaise longue, a weave of rattan on a metal structure that radically freed Agnoli from any suspicion of orthodoxy with respect to the forms of the past.

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Technical data

Metal Structure. Rattan Core hand-weaving. Available in all finishes on the colour card.

  1. Finishes
Bonacina 1889
Via San Primo 19
22040 Lurago d’Erba (Co)
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