Rare Ernesto Lapadula armchair from the Italian Art Deco period produced in 1930. The armchair can also be classified of the Italian Rationalist period (an architectural current that developed in Italy in the 1920s and 1930s in connection with the International Modern Movement, following the principles of functionalism, continuing in various bangs until the 1970s). The Ernesto Lapadula armchair has a walnut wood frame while the upholstery is purple velvet. The seat comes from the private house Lapadula. The armchair is attributed to the designer by Bruno Filippo Lapadula, head of the Lapadula archive in Rome.
The armchair by Ernesto Lapadula has slight scratches in the wood because it is original of the time, while the fabric of the seat and backrest has been replaced and reupholstered in fine purple velvet. Excellent overall condition.
Height: 70 cm (27.55 in.)
Width: 57 cm (22.45 in.)
Depth: 62 cm (24.41 in.)
Seat Height: 38 cm (14.96 in.)
The armchair by Ernesto Lapadula is in excellent and original vintage condition, original wood, seat and back have been reupholstered in velvet, scratches and wear consistent with its time and use.