An elegant, eccentric and geometric Italian sofa by Roberto Pamio and Renato Toso for the Stilwood factory in the 1960s and early 1970s. The Italian sofa by Roberto Pamio has recently been restored in an elegant and soft dark grey (tending to brown) bouclè.
The Italian sofa by Roberto Pamio is the LARA model and is created from two modules that fit together perfectly. The Lara Italian Sofa by Roberto Pamio is designed for a modular and spatial postmodernist concept.
Its very subtle and linear, but at the same time fluid and soft shapes, typical of the space age style, lend eccentricity to the entire product. The very low backrest allows for fluid communication with the entire environment. The sofa is ideal for important and fashionable living rooms in a modern style with refined and chic accents.
The designer italian sofa Roberto Paio is Born in 1937, as a teenager he showed an artistic talent that allowed him to approach, in the Venetian environment of the mid-1950s, figures such as Emilio Vedova, Bruno Saetti and Gigi Candiani. His experience with the industrial product then led him to refine his research and use of materials, preferring poor materials such as plastic laminate, iron, or materials from the local identity tradition such as blown glass.
After graduating in 1969 from the University of Venice, he distinguished himself in the world of architecture and design for his ability to excite through his creations, so much so that in 2000 he opened the Pamio Design studio with his sons Matteo and Paolo, a studio that ranges from architectural design to interior design and fittings, industrial design and image architecture.
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